Most people work in RGB and printers usually work in CMYK so there is some colour mismatch and certain colours are a nightmare. Prussian blue and British racing green are two good examples.You could be right. I only come from a photographic background: not industrial printing, but it’s something you become aware of when using photoshop for work. Most people don’t know what CMYK is or Pantone so seems a bit pretentious to make a big thing out of it. But basically a lot of printing colours are “owned” by Pantone as crazy as it sounds. So yes a colour matching thing but also a copyright issue.
You're joking now, but that'll be the next step, after subscriptions for car seat warming function, and app ads removal, they'll be scanning your iris everywhere, like in Minority Report, and billing you for breathing copyrighted scents.Racing Green, there I said it, oh what's that ... sh!te, just been invoiced a pound for copyright and using someones trademark, I didn't even use the colour