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Re: Logo trademark license vs. copyright license

"Francesco Poli" <frx@firenze.linux.it> wrote in message 20070417184910.0d1910e1.frx@firenze.linux.it">news:20070417184910.0d1910e1.frx@firenze.linux.it...
I don't know if Debian logos are actually *registered* marks.

In the US:
The word "Debian" is a regestered trademark of SPI. Or more accurately, the word "Debian" is a trademark registered by SPI on behalf of the Debian Project. It is regerstered in the category: "IC 009. US 021 023 026 036 038. G & S: Computer Utility and Operating System Software."
Trademark serial number 75386376.

The only other trademark registered by SPI is "Open Source", which is now a Dead Mark. This was from before OSI has split off.

So it does not look like the logos are registered marks.

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