Notice of Copyrights and Trademarks
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Fair Use Guidelines
Smart Marketings takes great care in the development and protection of its trademarks and reserves all rights of ownership of its trademarks. "Fair use" of Smart Marketings' trademarks, that is, use by a third party without express permission or license, is limited to text-only references to Smart Marketings' trademarks such as product and service names, and excludes Smart Marketings' logos. In such references, you must be truthful, must not disparage Smart Marketings, and must not mislead the public. You must be clear and accurate as to the nature of the relationship between Smart Marketings and your company, its products, and its services. You may not use Smart Marketings trademarks in a manner which could cause confusion as to Smart Marketings sponsorship, affiliation or endorsement.
Except as stated above, Smart Marketings trademarks may not be used by third parties without express permission. To obtain permission, please contact us.
Proper use of Smart Marketings' trademarks reinforces their role as brands for our products and services, and helps prevent them from becoming generic names that can be used by anyone. Examples of former trademarks that became generic terms are "aspirin", "cellophane", and "escalator". By adhering to the following rules, you help protect Smart Marketings' investment in its trademarks:
- When a Smart Marketings product is mentioned in communications, ownership by Smart Marketings must be attributed in a footnote either on the page/screen where the Smart Marketings trademark is used, or in the legal section of the communication or site in which it is referenced.
- The proper symbol for registered product names is ®.
- The proper symbol for product names which are the subject of pending applications or are used in accordance with common law trademark principles is ™.
- Do not create any new logo for Smart Marketings or Smart Marketings' product names.
- Do not incorporate any Smart Marketings' product names into your company's product names.
- Do not incorporate any Smart Marketings' names into any internet root domains or subdomains owned by your company.
- Do not use the Smart Marketings' taglines.
- Do not connect your company name with Smart Marketings' product names.
- Alterations of the approved Smart Marketings' trademark are not allowed, for example:
- Do not change the form or representation of the product name, including misspelling, capitalization or punctuation.
- Do not abbreviate or incorrectly capitalize Smart Marketings trademarks. For example, "Smart Marketings" not "TR".
- Do not use the Smart Marketings' trademark name for a product or service as a noun or verb, in the possessive form (for example, Smart Marketings’ or Smart Marketings EndNote’s ) or in the plural form unless the trademark itself appears in that form.
Do not use Smart Marketings' trademarks or potentially confusing variations in your internet domain name. This helps prevent internet users from being confused as to whether you or Smart Marketings is the source of the Web site.
Open Source Software
Most open source licenses do not grant, and many exclude, a license of trademark rights. Do not assume you can use the name of a source code base in the name of your distribution developed from that code base. Without a license or permission, you may not incorporate Smart Marketings' trademarks in the name of your distribution or other products that incorporate open source elements. Truthful statements incorporating a trademark are generally allowed (for example, in the format "MyImplementation, derived from Trademarked ProductName"), but you should check the terms of the license for the original source code or any posted trademark guidelines for the project.
For more information regarding use of Smart Marketings' logos, please contact us.
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