Symantec Trademark Usage Guidelines
These Trademark Usage Guidelines (the "Guidelines") set forth the rules for using or referring to the trademarks and service owned by Symantec Corporation or its affiliates ("Symantec"). For the purposes of these Guidelines, "Symantec Trademark(s)" shall include all registered or unregistered trademarks and service marks (such as words, names, symbols, devices, slogans, or combination of these) owned by Symantec, including but not limited to the trademarks and service marks listed on the Symantec Trademark List.
Symantec considers its trademarks and service marks to be among its most valuable intellectual property assets. As such, Symantec intends to take all appropriate measures to preserve the strength of and retain its exclusive rights to use its marks. Symantec asks that you assist us by following these Guidelines. If you have any questions about the Guidelines, please direct them to email@example.com.
Proper usage of Symantec Trademarks is important for their continued protection. Proper usage aids consumers who depend upon Symantec's goods and services and helps prevent Symantec Trademarks from losing their distinctiveness and becoming generic. Licensees of Symantec Trademarks may have different rules of usage set forth in their license agreement, in which case Licensees should follow those guidelines.
Set Symantec Trademarks Apart From Surrounding Text. When a Symantec Trademark is used in a non-stylized form, such as in the body text of an advertisement, it should be set apart and distinguished from the other words in the text. In order to do this, the Symantec Trademark may be rendered in boldface type, italics, capital letters, underscored, or set in quotation marks.
|A variety of resellers and distributors sell Norton™ software.||A variety of resellers and distributors sell norton software.|
|A variety of resellers and distributors sell Backup Exec™ software.||A variety of resellers and distributors sell backup exec software.|
Use Symantec Trademarks As Adjectives. Trademarks are adjectives and should be followed by the generic term they modify, such as "software" or "product". Never use a trademark as a noun, a verb, or in the possessive form.
|Symantec Ghost™ Solution Suite is an award winning software for imaging and deploying desktops, laptops, tablets and servers.||Symantec Ghost™ images and deploys desktops, laptops, tablets and servers.|
|DeepSight™ intelligence enables organizations to enhance security.||DeepSight’s™ intelligence allows organizations to take proactive control of information.|
Do Not Abbreviate Or Alter The Spelling Of Symantec Trademarks. You should not vary the appearance of Symantec Trademarks by abbreviating them, incorporating them into acronyms, changing their spelling, or using improper capitalization. The Symantec Trademark List provides the proper spelling and capitalization for each trademark.
|Norton™ Security with Backup||NSBU|
|Symantec™ Endpoint Protection||SEP|
Use The Proper Trademark Attribution Statement. All marketing collateral, advertisements, product packaging, web pages, manuals, and studies that include Symantec Trademarks also must include the proper trademark attribution statement crediting ownership of the Symantec Trademarks to Symantec Corporation. Typically, the attribution statement is displayed at the end of the material, in the footer of the document, or on the back of the package. The correct trademark attribution statement is:
Symantec, the Symantec Logo, the Checkmark Logo and [if applicable, you may add any other trademarks found on the Symantec Trademark List that are referred to or displayed in the document] [is/are] trademark[s] or registered trademark[s] of Symantec Corporation or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.
In materials displaying a Symantec logo and referring to Norton™ Security, Secure One™, and GeoTrust™, the correct trademark attribution statement is:
Symantec, the Symantec Logo, the Checkmark Logo, Norton, Secure One and GeoTrust are trademarks or registered trademarks of Symantec Corporation or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.
In materials referring Norton™ Security, Secure One™ and GeoTrust™, but not displaying a Symantec Logo or the Checkmark Logo, the correct attribution statement is:
Symantec, Norton, Secure One and GeoTrust are trademarks or registered trademarks of Symantec Corporation or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.
"Symantec" functions not only as a trademark mark and service mark identifying goods and services offered by Symantec Corporation, but also as a trade name or company name referring to Symantec Corporation. Trade names are nouns and, therefore, should not be followed by a generic descriptor and may be used in the possessive form. When used as a trade name, "Symantec" should not be followed by a trademark symbol. Within documents, the first reference to the trade or company name should be "Symantec Corporation." "Symantec" can be used for subsequent references.
You may not use any Symantec logo unless you have an agreement with or express written consent from Symantec authorizing such use. In the event that you are authorized to use a Symantec logo, the use must comply with these additional guidelines (or the usage guidelines set forth in your license agreement, if those guidelines differ).
If you learn of any uses of any logos, icons, or images that are confusingly similar to the Symantec Trademarks, please notify Symantec by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Similarly, if you become aware of any use of a Symantec Trademark that violates any of the rules described above, including failure to identify Symantec Trademarks as belonging to Symantec Corporation, please notify us at email@example.com. If possible, please provide a copy of the article or other medium in which the trademark violation appeared.
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