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realthing says

16 hours in the forum with a question, and didn’t get not even one answer.(I open a threat yesterday asking about flags, and politic logos.)

I thought that this happens just in audiojungle authors that they self promote here…. Well….. I think I have to open a ticket to the support.

Thanks anyway

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felt_tips Moderator says

You probably didn’t get an answer because no-one really knows the answer.

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KingDog Envato team says

When it comes to the use of trademarks or logos, it is something that is up to the author to research and see what their usage license allows.

As it says in the Knowledgebase:

To be able to use any asset that you didn’t create, you must have the appropriate license, including for use in previews. Remember, it’s the responsibility of the author to verify the copyright of assets used.
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realthing says

You probably didn’t get an answer because no-one really knows the answer.

Well Felt… probably you are right. I hope I didn’t sound nasty.

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realthing says

When it comes to the use of trademarks or logos, it is something that is up to the author to research and see what their usage license allows.

As it says in the Knowledgebase:

Well yes that is true….its up to me…. I have to know this things…... the problem is that the reviewer is the one who decide what is soft rejected and what not (because the file contains assets that you are not allowed to use )......so…. I think that envato has to know what is forbidden and what not.

Anyway I upload without logos…so I hope everything is OK. And thanks for the answer this time .

To be able to use any asset that you didn’t create, you must have the appropriate license, including for use in previews. Remember, it’s the responsibility of the author to verify the copyright of assets used.
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realthing says

When it comes to the use of trademarks or logos, it is something that is up to the author to research and see what their usage license allows.

As it says in the Knowledgebase:

To be able to use any asset that you didn’t create, you must have the appropriate license, including for use in previews. Remember, it’s the responsibility of the author to verify the copyright of assets used.

Well yes that is true….its up to me…. I have to know this things…... the problem is that the reviewer is the one who decide what is soft rejected and what not (because the file contains assets that you are not allowed to use )......so…. I think that envato has to know what is forbidden and what not also.

Anyway I upload without logos…so I hope everything is OK. And thanks for the answer this time .

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MotionRevolver Envato team says

Yes, the reviewers do check to see if there are any copyrighted or trademarked content within project files. However, the responsibility ultimately falls on the author. If a reviewer accidentally misses something that isn’t licensed properly, the author is liable and held accountable for the transgression.

It’s always best to create your own content from scratch. If there is every ANY doubt to whether or not an asset is legal, the best practice is to simply not use that asset.

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realthing says

Yes, the reviewers do check to see if there are any copyrighted or trademarked content within project files. However, the responsibility ultimately falls on the author. If a reviewer accidentally misses something that isn’t licensed properly, the author is liable and held accountable for the transgression. It’s always best to create your own content from scratch. If there is every ANY doubt to whether or not an asset is legal, the best practice is to simply not use that asset.

Thanks MotionRevolver Thats really a clear answer that i was looking for. Thanks again.

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