From: Philippe Verdy (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 29 2003 - 07:12:42 EDT
From: "Marco Cimarosti" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> As this comes from an Unicode official, I guess we should simply accept
> it... Nevertheless, I wonder whether displaying the Unicode *logo* per se
> has the same legal implication as displaying a *banner* which contains the
> Unicode logo.
I note that the current logos page does not seem to be accessible by a link found on the web site. So I guess this page was created only to be submitted here for comments or contributions...
The existing buttons on the logos page do not follow the copyright notice found in the official page about the usage of logos, because they do not include the required TM symbol... (The "Registered" symbol must only be used for the "Unicode(R) Consortium", which is a registered trademark of the Unicode Consortium, Inc.)...
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