I know, right? I'm legitimately thinking of picking up that one with the red-to-gunmetal Protector mask. Looks better than the entire final wave of G2.
So, a court of law in Europe ruled that TLG can't copyright individual part designs or piece functions, and this really p%ssed them off. To counter that, the company is super aggressive with everything else that they are allowed to trademark, including distinctive character names (e.g., Tahu, Garmadon, and Laval), and brand divisions (e.g., LEGO Boost, LEGO Life, LEGO Technic, and CCBS). Thus, the name "CCBS " is trademarked. Zero CCBS pieces are. That's how these bootleg companies are allowed to continue to do business.