Turn Off the Lights is a registered trademark in the United States of America and approved by a trademark attorney. Turn Off the Lights on YouTube for browser extension and app. It is a secondary meaning on the internet that consumers recognize the mark as a brand and an internet tool to highlight the video player. That on web browsers and mobile devices.
The name can not be used as a game name, a message application, or as a product feature name in any public domain and stores. And it is legally forbidden to use the same product name again in the same class group as downloadable computer software (including games). Any attempt to violate the use of our product name can expect a huge money penalty for the damages to our project. And in addition also to pay the owner’s attorney fees and costs of litigation in addition to other penalties.
The following is an illustrative, non-exhaustive list of trademarks owned by Turn Off the Lights as well as suggested generic terms for those trademarks. If you have questions about our product, please check out our Support page.
When creating ads, white papers, sales materials, general collateral using the Turn Off the Lights logo
We ask that you put one of the following taglines at the bottom of the page or ad etc, whenever you feature the Turn Off the Lights logo:
- © 2021 Turn Off the Lights. All rights reserved. Turn Off the Lights and the Turn Off the Lights Logo are registered trademarks of Turn Off the Lights.
- © 2021 Turn Off the Lights. All rights reserved. [Insert Trademark] is a trademark of Turn Off the Lights.
When using a Turn Off the Lights product screenshot or data.
Materials are icons, screenshots, logos, graphs, text, video, AR from the Turn Off the Lights.
We ask that you put the following tagline beneath any image featuring a Turn Off the Lights product screenshot or data:
The Turn Off the Lights and the Turn Off the Lights logo are registered trademarks of Turn Off the Lights, used with permission.
The official Turn Off the Lights brand guideline can be found on the brand guideline page. That will explain the color and text style. And the different kinds of lamp logos for each platform (mobile, desktop, and browser).
For a complete list of marks and brand features, you can see it on the overview page. And the Turn Off the Lights browser extension can be downloaded from the official gallery. And works on all websites that include all the video websites such as YouTube.
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You can report a technical problem using the Turn Off the Lights online technical error feedback form.