You cannot use government trademarks or government agencies' logos without permission. For example, you cannot use an agency logo or trademark on your social media page.
You cannot use a government work in a way that implies endorsement by a government agency, official, or employee. For example, you can't use a photo of a government official wearing your product in an ad.
Works prepared for the government by independent contractors may be protected by copyright. The copyrights may be owned by the independent contractor or by the U.S. government.
Not everything that appears on a government website is a government work. Content may be protected intellectual property used with the rights holder's permission. This content can include:
To ensure that you don’t use protected intellectual property, check with the agency or program that manages the website.
The U.S. government work designation does not apply to works of state and local governments. Works of state and local governments may be protected by copyright.
Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnCopyright laws differ internationally. U.S. copyright laws may not protect U.S. government works outside the country. But the work may be protected under the copyright laws of other jurisdictions when used in these jurisdictions. The U.S. government may assert copyright outside of the United States for U.S. government works.
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Xổ số trực tiếp 3 miềnLast Updated: March 24, 2021