RE: [802SEC] Re: IEEE-SA CLARIFICATION ON TRADEMARK(TM) AND REGISTERED TRADEMARK(R) USAGE
I have been informed by Karen Rupp of the policy, but have been waiting for
feedback from IEEE-SA staff on the definition of derivatives before sharing
it with the SEC. Judy Gorman has promised me that it will be forthcoming
soon. Once I receive that I will share it with the SEC members.
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Roger B.
Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2002 11:54 AM
Subject: [802SEC] Re: IEEE-SA CLARIFICATION ON TRADEMARK(TM) AND
REGISTERED TRADEMARK(R) USAGE
The article below is from today's SOCIETY SENTINEL - Vol. 7, No. 16.
Has the SEC received this information before? I don't recall seeing it.
The results don't exactly match my recollection of the meeting.
>IEEE-SA CLARIFICATION ON TRADEMARK(TM) AND REGISTERED TRADEMARK(R) USAGE:
>IEEE Standards Activities has updated its guidelines on trademark (TM) and
>registered trademark (R) usage for all IEEE standards. The (R) should be
>used only when referencing registered trademarks, such as POSIX (R) and the
>base IEEE 802(R) standard or IEEE 802(R) in general. The (TM) symbol should
>be used when referencing all other non-registered IEEE standards, including
>specific members of the IEEE 802 family of standards, such as IEEE
> IEEE Std 802(R)-2002 or IEEE 802(R)-2002
> IEEE 802(R) Working Group
> IEEE Std 802.11b(TM)-1999
> IEEE 1394(TM)
> IEEE P1232(TM)
>If you have any questions, CONTACT Claudio Stanziola - IEEE Standards
>Activities - telephone +1 732 562 3804; "MailTo:firstname.lastname@example.org".