While travelling around in the world there are some American companies that you usually run into: McDonalds, Burger King, KFC, Dunkin Donuts, etc. If you are in an area which only serves food that is not quite your taste these companies can serve a purpose. One of these companies, particularly in areas lacking drinkable coffee, is Starbucks.
On Mexique Ancien I came across a link to Huffington Post that states that Starbucks Corp. illellagy has used Prehispanic images on their coffee mugs. The Mexican government hold the intellectual property rights of these images. The mugs have apparently been removed until the controversy has been resolved. INAH will decide next week if Starbucks should pay any fees. The images used was the Pyramid of the Moon at Teotihuacan and the Aztec Calendar Stone (of course). Since the 2012ers continue to use this calendar stone in their publications, etc. cannot INAH make them pay huge fees for distorting the intellectual property of Mexico?