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Codes and Copyrights: Trademark Symbols and Their Meaning | OUPblog

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There is nothing random about trademarks. Behind each trademark lies a well-considered move. Symbols are used to create an analogical correspondence between two elements and a concise form of expressing the essence or meaning of a certain object or idea. Should we want to deliver an idea that is to be adopted only by a certain person or circle of people, then that idea may be expressed in a coded manner. Organizations use symbology in trademarks to communicate subtle information, whether through words, ambigrams, religious symbols, or codes.

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