Guidelines for using the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)'s leaf identifier
- The CIHR leaf identifier may not be used on any material that infringes on the intellectual property of CIHR or other rights, or that disobeys any municipal, provincial, federal, or international law.
- The leaf identifier may never be used in any way that would defame CIHR.
- The leaf identifier must not be distorted in perspective or appearance, or changed in any manner whatsoever.
- The leaf identifier may only be used on Web pages that make accurate references to CIHR, and must be displayed on the same page as the reference. The Web page should be set up so that it is clear to the viewer that the Web page is the company's Web page and not that of CIHR. In particular, on any Web page on which it uses the leaf identifier, the company must also display, in the primary and more prominent position, its own Web page title, trademarks, and logos.
- On the Web, the leaf identifier must retain an active link to CIHR's homepage.
CIHR reserves the right to withdraw permission to display its leaf identifier, and may request any party that has previously been granted permission to change or discontinue any use of the leaf identifier.
The CIHR leaf identifier may never be used except in accordance with what is outlined above.
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