Yikes

10 Mar 2003

Follow the links in a MacSlash story about web badges, I ended up skimming Apple's Guidlines for Using Apple Trademarks and Copyrights, and noticed the following, fairly broad, prohibition:

3. Variations, Takeoffs or Abbreviations: You may not use an image of a real apple or other variation of the Apple logo for any purpose.

"Any purpose". Thousand's of unimaginative still-life painters must be quaking in their boots.

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