Trademarks and Logos Policy
People outside of Google who want to use logos from our open source projects
Google open source projects may contain logos, trademarks or service names. These logos, marks or service names are “Brand Features,” and if you want to use them, please do so consistent with https://www.google.com/permissions/trademark/rules.html.
Googlers who want to use external logos from open source projects
Most open source licenses do not address trademark or logo use. You may use project names or logos for discussion purposes, commentary, and even criticism. These are classic fair uses of a trademark. However, project trademarks should not be used in ways that create confusion about the origin or official version of a project. For example, please don’t use someone else’s logo to make people think their project is maintained by Google. If you want to use an open source project’s logos or trademarks outside of this, please email emailremoved@.
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