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17 Jul
Why is a trademark symbol absent from Google's logo?

Leander Harrington

I've been doing some digging into why Google's logo doesn't have a trademark symbol and it turns out, it doesn't really need one. Trademark symbols are typically used to show that a name or logo is trademarked, offering a degree of legal protection. However, Google's logo is so widely recognized and associated with their brand, the lack of a symbol doesn't impact its trademark protection. Essentially, Google's logo is so ubiquitous that it stands as a trademark in its own right, even without the symbol. It's a fascinating insight into the power of branding.

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