When your work is stolen

I suppose at it’s most capitalistic, the response here is that if you didn't want this to happen, then you should have registered a trade mark in emoji.life and (in the US at least) the business method patent for it.

On a more practical level though, it’s clear they don’t have your skills or understanding, and will likely sink without trace before too long. See it meanwhile as a nice opportunity to make your product even better than theirs.

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