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Proprietary Rights Notices

All trademarks, service marks, logos, trade names and any other proprietary designations of Whats What used herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of WhatsWhat.biz in the relevant Country. 

Intellectual Property

Any and all content contained within this website is the property of Whats What. No portion of any content contained herein may be copied without the express permission of Whats What for any purpose whatsoever.

For media and general information about Whats What, however, kindly access the News section. The content made available in this section may be used with express authorization from Whats What, provided however that such is not used to damage the reputation of Whats What or any of it's employees or in connection with any false, malicious allegations or claims against Whats What.

Copyright Notice

This work, Whats What websites, logos, contents, products, solutions and all the materials related is copyright. Apart from any use permitted under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, no part may be reproduced by any process, nor may any other exclusive right be exercised, without the permission Whats What, Suite 428, Calle Corbeta 10, 03710 Calpe, Alicante, SPAIN, or contact us

Rights and Permissions

A copyright can be an original work of authorship including software, mask works, literature, art, music, photographs, videos, etc. If you have any questions concerning the usage or licensing of Whats What copyrighted materials, for example, photographs, video footage, Whats What advertisements or other Whats What materials, please submit your detailed request in writing. Please be sure to include any surrounding copy or text to the Whats What material.

For use of Whats What copyrighted material in third party works e.g., books or publications, please submit your detailed request to Copyright (Rights and Permissions) and include the following:

Specific image(s) or material for which you are seeking permission. Surrounding copy or text to the Whats What material you wish to use in your project, Publisher, if applicable, Publishing date (and countries), if applicable, Title, if applicable, How Whats What and its products fit into your project, Your deadline

If you have any questions concerning the usage or licensing of copyright enquiries or Whats What trademarks, please submit your request to us.

Trademark Notice

The logos, images of Whats What and the brand names like Whats What,  and all other related brand names and material used in the website are trademarks of Whats What,

Guidelines for using trademarks and copyrights

Authorized use Whats What trademarks
Advertising, Promotional, and Sales Materials: Only Whats What and its authorized resellers and licensees may use the Whats What Logo in advertising, promotional, and sales materials.
Compatibility: Developers may use Whats What, or any other Whats What word mark (but not the Whats What Logo or other Whats What-owned graphic symbol/logo) in a referential phrase on packaging or promotional/advertising materials to describe that the third party product is compatible with the referenced Whats What product or technology, provided they comply with the requirements.
a) The Whats What word mark is not part of the product name.
b) The Whats What word mark is used in a referential phrase such as “runs on,” “for use with,” “for,” or “compatible with.”
c) The Whats What word mark appears less prominent than the product name. Publications, Seminars, and Conferences: You may use an Whats What word mark in connection with book titles, magazines, periodicals, seminars, or conferences provided you comply with the following requirements:
d) The use is referential and less prominent than the rest of the title. Acceptable: ABC CONFERENCE for users.
e) The use reflects favorably on both Whats What and Whats What products or technology.
f) Your name and logo appear more prominent than the Whats What word mark on all printed materials related to the publication, seminar or conference.
g) The Whats What logo or any other Whats What -owned graphic symbol, logo, icon or image does not appear on or in the publication or on any materials related to the publication, seminar, or conference without express written permission from Whats What.
h) A disclaimer of sponsorship, affiliation, or endorsement by Whats What, similar to the following, is included on the publication and on all related printed materials: “(Title) is an independent (publication) and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Whats What.”
i) A trademark attribution notice is included in the credit section giving notice of Whats What’s ownership of its trademark(s). Please refer to the section below titled “Proper Trademark Notice and Attribution.”
Web Sites: Web sites that serve only as noncommercial electronic informational forums concerning and Whats What product or technology may use the appropriate Whats What word mark, provided such use complies with the guidelines

Unauthorized of use Whats What trademarks
1) Company, Product, or Service Name: You may not use or register, in whole or in part, Whats What, or any other Whats What trademark, including Whats What-owned graphic symbols, logos, icons, or an alteration thereof, as or as part of a company name, trade name, product name, or service name except as specifically noted in these guidelines.
2) Whats What Logo and Whats What-owned Graphic Symbols: You may not use the Whats What Logo or any other Whats What-owned graphic symbol, logo, or icon on or in connection with web sites, products, packaging, manuals, promotional/advertising materials, or for any other purpose except pursuant to an express written trademark license from Whats What, such as a reseller agreement.
3) Variations, Takeoffs or Abbreviations: You may not use an image of a real Whats What or other variation of the Whats What logo for any purpose. Third parties cannot use a variation, phonetic equivalent, foreign language equivalent, takeoff, or abbreviation of an Whats What trademark for any purpose.
4) Disparaging Manner: You may not use and Whats What trademark or any other Whats What-owned graphic symbol, logo, or icon in a disparaging manner.
5) Endorsement or Sponsorship: You may not use Whats What, or any other Whats What trademark, including Whats What -owned graphic symbols/logos, or icons, in a manner that would imply Whats What’s affiliation with or endorsement, sponsorship, or support of a third party product or service.
6) Merchandise Items: You may not manufacture, sell or give-away merchandise items, such as T-shirts and mugs, bearing Whats What, or any other Whats What trademark, including symbols, logos, or icons, except pursuant to an express written trademark license from Whats What.
7) Whats What’s Trade Dress: You may not imitate the distinctive Whats What packaging, web site design, logos, or typefaces.
8) Slogans and Taglines: You may not use or imitate and Whats What slogan or tagline.
9) Domain Names: You may not use an identical or virtually identical Whats What domain name or trademark as a domain name, sub domain name, or lower level domain name.

Rules for Proper Use of Whats What Trademarks

Trademarks are adjectives used to modify nouns; the noun is the generic name of a product or service. As adjectives, trademarks may not be used in the plural or possessive form. An appropriate generic term must appear after the trademark the first time it appears in a printed piece, and as often as is reasonable after that. For a list of suggested generic terms see the Whats What Trademark List. Always spell and capitalize Whats What’s trademarks exactly as they are shown in the Whats What Trademark List. Do not shorten or abbreviate Whats What product names. Do not make up names that contain Whats What trademarks.

Proper trademark notice and attribution
a) On product, product documentation, or other product communications that will be distributed, use the appropriate trademark symbol (TM, SM, ®) the first time the Whats What's trademark appears in the text of the advertisement, brochure, or other material.
b) Refer to the Whats What Trademark List for the correct trademark symbol, spelling of the trademark, and generic term to use with the trademark. Generally, the symbol appears at the right shoulder of the trademark.
c) Include an attribution of Whats What’s ownership of its trademarks within the credit notice section of your product, product documentation, or other product communication.

The following are the correct formats:
Whats What website Telephone Logo,  Whats What Mobile Telephone Logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Whats What.

Whats What Trademark List

A trademark can be a word, phrase, symbol, or design that distinguishes the source of the goods or services. Also, as trade dress, it can be the appearance of a product or its packaging, including size, shape, color, texture, graphics, and appearance (e.g, concept store or retail store or website). The following is a non-exhaustive list of Whats What’s trademarks and service marks. When using the marks in publications, include the appropriate ™, or ® symbol on first use. The list also includes a suggested generic term for each trademark. For all publications, include an appropriate generic term after the trademark the first time it appears. Trademarks are adjectives, and should not be made into verbs or made plural or possessive. The absence of a product or service name or logo from this list does not constitute a waiver of Whats What’s trademark or other intellectual property rights concerning that name or logo.

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