It has been on my mind for a while now, but HP should have banners ready for those that want to promote it. It would look better if I put a banner on my blog/website than a simple link.
And that we would have "right" to use the HP logo, and don't have to fear of getting banned if we use it without notifying HP.
Honestly, I still have no idea if I can put the HP logo on a website without getting (me or the guy that owns the website) an email saying we used copyrighted material.
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