Does anyone know how I can legally use a Company's logo? Explanation of fair use please?
Probably the safest bet is to contact them personally. There is a PR dept or advertising dept that can answer your questions, but you might be safe by including:
And then footnoting who holds the copyrights, trademarks, etc., and that you either DO have permission to use the trademarks and/or that you are NOT affiliated with said company.
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