COPYRIGHT

COPYRIGHT

This website and its content are copyright of the GDPR Registrar – © 2018 GDPR Registrar. All rights reserved.

Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited, unless authorized by the copyright holder. GDPR Registrar is authorized to use all images that are displayed on this website. For further clarification, please contact us.

TRADEMARKS

FOR LICENSEES, PRESS AND OTHER THIRD PARTIES

The name(s) GDPR Registrar is widely associated with reputable data protection products, services and information providers. This and other trademarks of GDPR Registrar (“Trademarks”) are valuable and important intellectual property assets of the company and/or third party entities.

Thousands of transactions are performed around the world every month by individuals and companies using GDPR Registrar’s products and services, and a uniform, proper use of our Trademarks by all our licensees is key to our ability to associate our Trademarks with the quality of our products and services.

WHAT IS A TRADEMARK?

A trademark is a word, name, symbol or design (or a combination thereof) that identifies the goods or services of a specific person or company, and distinguishes them from the goods and services of others. A trademark helps its owner to assure consumers of the quality and unique attributes of such products and services, thus helping the promotion of those goods and services.

GENERAL GUIDELINES

GDPR Registrar is the exclusive owner of its Trademarks, and we reserve all rights not expressly granted in these Guidelines. Particularly, all the goodwill derived from using our Trademarks shall inure solely to the benefit of the GDPR Registrar.

USE OUR TRADEMARKS WITH PERMISSION

You may not use our Trademarks unless you have an agreement with GDPR Registrar or you otherwise receive our permission to use the Trademarks. Upon receiving our permission, your use must be limited to these Guidelines, and the limited permission you have received to use specific Trademarks.

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