All our partners must comply with applicable intellectual property laws, including trademarks and copyrights, when creating content on Quizlet. If you’re a Quizlet partner, you’re responsible for following these laws. Because of that, we recommend that you always check with an attorney or legal adviser to make sure that your use of trademarks or copyrights is appropriate.
The following guidelines may be helpful as a starting point:
- Your company or brand name should always appear on your study materials and profile in a way that immediately identifies you as the source of the material.
- Any reference to a third-party trademark, service mark, or other brand mark that isn’t your own shouldn’t suggest or imply an endorsement, sponsorship, or association with that third party or their products or services.
- If a third party has issued guidelines for how to use their mark, be sure to follow them.
- Any third party marks used in your study materials, descriptions, or titles should not put the third party or its products or services in a false or negative light.
- Make sure to maintain proper separation between your company or brand name and a third party mark.
- Don’t use a third party’s mark in your logo design or profile picture.
- If you reference another party’s mark, don’t adjust or alter it.
- Don’t use a third party logo, or any stylized trademark, without a specific agreement with the owner.
- Third party marks should not be used in a possessive or pluralized form.
- Don’t display third party marks alone. The mark should normally be used as a proper adjective and be followed by the appropriate registry symbol and generic term it describes.
- Don’t emphasize a third party mark or make it more prominent than any other word.
If you have concerns over another party’s use of your marks on Quizlet, please let us know so we can work to resolve the issue. Because some uses of your mark may be allowable under what is known as “fair use,” make sure to give us a link to the issue you’re concerned about and a description of how the usage is unacceptable.