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LibreMark and other mark under LibreMark Can't be trademark.

By definition a #Libremark can't be #Trademark

LibreMark - under very active evolution just created to be the over side of trademark.

The idea we ARE FREE.

LibreMark and other mark under LibreMark Can't be trademark.

LibreMark logo

List of mark under libremark

. libremark (recorded Creation Date: 2015-03-22T08:25:16Z (whois

. (Creation Date: 2015-04-07T05:27:39Z (whois

. hackers-lab (Creation Date: 2013-06-28T08:55:17Z (whois

. (Creation Date: 2014-04-02T16:01:02Z (whois


( use that for your LibreMark )

1. Purpose

The <your mark>. <your mark> protect rights in the Marks on behalf of the <your mark> in accordance with <your activity> to be trademark by anyone.

<your mark> has adopted this Policy to protect the Marks (as defined below) and to make sure that the identity of <your mark> nature is clear to everyone. By using this Policy, the <your mark> can spread the use of the <your mark> while making sure that the Marks are protected in a way that's consistent with world libremark rules. This Policy is written to allow all clear and appropriate use of the Marks while disapproving use of the Marks in ways that could confuse users as to where the stuff came from, or that implies an otherwise non- existent association with the <your mark>. By adhering to this Policy, you help to promote to the public the freedom to use and develop <your mark>.

Throughout this Policy, the word "Marks" refers to the following:

   the literal mark "<your mark>"
   The logos and graphic marks displayed and available for download at <your http to the logo>
   The slogan "<of your mark>"

This Policy is only concerned with the Marks associated with the <your mark>, and does not address any copyrights or trademark associated with <your mark>.

2. Guidelines for using the Marks

2.1 LibreMark symbol on first mention

The first prominent mention of a Mark should be immediately followed by a symbol for, as applicable, a registered libremark (L) or an unregistered libremark (LM). For example: "<yourmark LM".

This requirement is waived in all contexts where such marks are not required to protect the intellectual property rights associated with the Marks, such as email, online discussion, and academic papers. We encourage the use of the applicable symbols whenever possible, but recognize that many users will omit them in non-commercial and informal contexts.

2.2 Use of the Marks without written permission

You may use the Marks without prior written permission (subject to the other sections):

   To refer to <your mark> in substantially unmodified form. "Substantially unmodified" means built from the source code provided by <your mark>, possibly with minor modifications including but not limited to: the enabling or disabling of certain features by default, translations into other languages, changes required for compatibility with a particular operating system distribution, or the inclusion of bug-fix patches.
   To identify <your mark> as a distinct component of a software offering.
   To factually refer to <your mark> itself, its products, or its protocols.

In addition, you may use the Marks to refer to products, services, or communities outside of <your mark> without written permission in the following contexts:

   When referring to <your mark> that is not substantially unmodified, to say that such software is a "derivative of" or "based on" <your mark>.

We do not charge a fee for a license to use the Marks in these contexts. However, we do of course welcome donations. If you're interested in donating to <your mark>, visit <your mark link>. <your mark> is a <what you are>.

2.3 Usages of the Marks

You are free as in freedom to use any of the Marks as a syllable in a new word or as part of a portmanteau (e.g., "<your mark>alicious", "<your mark>pedia") used as a mark for a third-party product or service without <your mark>. For the avoidance of doubt, this provision applies even to third-party marks that use the Marks as a syllable or as part of a portmanteau to refer to a product or service's use of <your mark>.

2.4 Prohibited usages of the Marks

You may not use the Marks in the following ways:

   In any way likely to cause confusion as to the identity <your mark> , the provenance of its software, or the software's license.
   In any way that indicates a greater degree of association between you and the <your makr> than actually exists.
   In any way that implies a designated successor to <your mark> (e.g., "<your mark>++" is not permitted).
   In any way that indicates that <your mark> favors one distribution, platform, product, etc. over another except where explicitly indicated in writing by <your mark>.
   In any other way that dilutes or otherwise infringes upon the libremark rights of <your mark> and <your mark project> in the Marks.
   To refer to the <your mark>, modified by a third party to the point of inoperability with <your mark> in substantially unmodified form.

2.5 Limitations to this Policy

This Policy does not confer any rights to use the libreemarks "<your mark>," "<your mark," or to use any other libremarks other than the Marks listed in Section 1. This Policy does not authorize you to act as an agent for <your makr>, enter into any agreement on behalf of or otherwise create any liability for the <your mark>.

2.6 Use of the Marks in merchandising

You may not create and/or sell merchandise bearing any of the Marks without <your mark> express written permission. If you are interested in using creating and/or selling merchandise bearing any of the the Marks, please send proofs of your designs to us at <your mark @ mail>.

3 Rights reserved by <your mark>

<your mark> reserves the sole right to:

   Determine compliance with this Policy.
   Modify this Policy in ways consistent with its mission of protecting the public.
   Grant exceptions to this Policy, of any kind and for any reason whatsoever, other clauses notwithstanding.

4 Questions

This Policy is designed to keep the Marks safe and libre in order to protect this software's reputation, earned by the contributions of <your mark> to the free and open source software community and to the public at large. If you see any use of the Marks anywhere that you think violates this Policy or otherwise goes against the spirit of <your mark> and <your mark>'s mission, please bring it to <your mark>'s attention by contacting us at <your mark> @ mail.

If you have questions about using the Marks, or if you think you should be able to use the Marks for any purpose not allowed by this Policy and would like permission for that use, please contact <your mark> by emailing <your mark>@ mail or by writing to <your mark> Project <your mark adress.

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{{user LibreMark}}
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Note LibreMark Group
Region WorldWide
Area WorldWide
Website LibreMark The Free Side of TradeMark (website under construction)
Available language(s) English
Contact Aurélien
Members 2
Description Free Side Of Trademark
Current status Active
Libremark-libreplanet.png Free Side Of Trademark LibreMark.


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