I see this bug as invalid for a few reasons:
* Ubuntu One cannot infringe the Ubuntu Trademark Policy when Canonical is the rights holder. The Trademark Policy is provided to license the marks out to a range of groups, teams and users in a way that is flexible yet affords the protection of the mark, which is important to us all. Ubuntu One is a Canonical driven project and product and as Canonical is the rights holder, there is infringement of the policy.
* Secondly, Corey, you assigned this to the Community Council (yet didn't raise this as a topic on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommunityCouncilAgenda). The Community Council is the wrong place to raise trademark issues: you should instead contact <email address hidden>. If you wish to raise an issue over the Ubuntu One's inclusion in Ubuntu, then this is a topic for the Technical Board and you can raise it at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TechnicalBoardAgenda.