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Guidelines for Use of Trademarks and Logos
“Public Interest Registry,” “PIR”, the .ORG logo, the Public Interest Registry logo, and all other marks and logos in these Guidelines are registered or unregistered trademarks and service marks of Public Interest Registry.
Our logos are the most visible form of our brand identity, and represent our intellectual resources and high standards. The legal restrictions outlined below must be observed by those who wish to use Public Interest Registry’s logos.
The logos may only be used in close proximity to, or in obvious connection with any material, including published articles, blog posts, or broadcast news stories, relating to Public Interest Registry, .ORG or a specific Public Interest Registry product or service.
The logos may not be copied, distributed, or used apart from the material relating to the company or the applicable product or service.
The logos must be used as provided by Public Interest Registry with no changes, including, but not limited to, changes in the color, proportions, or design, or removal of any words, artwork, or trademark symbols. The logos may not be animated, morphed, or otherwise distorted in perspective or appearance. Changes in size are acceptable, as long as proportions are maintained.
To present a logo properly, a minimum clearance between the logo and other elements must be maintained. Some logos comprise both text and graphics. Such logos should be displayed in their entirety; do not delete any text that surrounds such logos.