Turn Off the Lights Trademark List
Generally, the trademarks of Turn Off the Lights or its subsidiaries (collectively, “Turn Off the Lights”) may not be used without Turn Off the Lights’s express written permission. However, limited fair use of Turn Off the Lights’s trademarks (not including logos) is acceptable provided that the marks are used for the purpose of identifying or describing Turn Off the Lights’s products and comply with the following trademark usage practice:
When using the word marks to talk about Turn Off the Lights’s products, include: (i) the appropriate marking symbol (e.g. ™ or ®), and (ii) the appropriate generic descriptor the first time it appears (e.g., service, website, blog).
That include this description text (for article, newsletter, Chrome web store, etc): Turn Off the Lights is a trademark of Stefan Van Damme. Use of this trademark is subject to Stefan Van Damme Permissions. For more information go to https://www.turnoffthelights.com/trademarks
The table below contains a list of word marks owned by Turn Off the Lights, as well as the appropriate marking symbols and generic descriptors. This may not be a complete list, and the absence of a product or service name from this list does not constitute a waiver of Turn Off the Lights's rights.
|WORD MARK||MARKING||GENERIC DESCRIPTOR(S)|
|Turn Off the Lights||®||Computer program|
|Turn Off the Lights for Desktop||TM||Computer program|
|Turn Off the Lights for Mobile||TM||Computer program|
|The Most Amazing Extension||TM||Service|
|The Most Amazing App||TM||Service|
|Turn On the Lights||TM||Feature|
Brand Identity Guideline
When you refer the Turn Off the Lights software on your blog, newspaper, YouTube video, etc. Please make sure you follow correctly the guideline of the Turn Off the Lights trademark.
Check the guideline about the use of the Turn Off the Lights Brand online (blog, news, social).
Turn Off the Lights trademark FAQ
Can I use the Turn Off the Lights as my downloadable game application name?
No, because the Turn Off the Lights is registered in many countries worldwide and due to our marketing activities one of our well known trademark for the browser extension. That is registered for the 'Class 9: Computer and Software Products and Electrical and Scientific Products'. 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 trademark can expect a huge money penalty for the damages to our project. And in addition also to pay the trademark owner's attorney fees and costs of litigation in addition to other penalties.
What is the Trademark Class group 9?
Trademark Class 9 is one of 45 classes used by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to classify products or services. Class 9 is an incredibly broad trademark class which includes a lot of different equipment for electrical, scientific, and other purposes. One of it includes this listing of goods: Software, computer software, recorded, computer programmes [programs], recorded, computer programs [downloadable software], electronic notice boards, juke boxes for computers, monitors [computer programs], Games software, computer game software.
Why there is a TM logo visible in the Turn Off the Lights name?
This a symbol to indicate that the preceding mark is a trademark.
Where to contact Turn Off the Lights for support?
If you have any questions or feedback for us, you can contact us on the official support website at https://www.turnoffthelights.com/support/.
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