The ITER logo is protected under Article 6ter of the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property as revised in Stockholm in 1967. The use of the ITER Organization's logo by entities for promotional purposes is only permitted in exceptional cases and is subject to certain conditions, outlined below. Upon request, the ITER Organization will examine an entity's application for the use of the ITER logo.
Conditions and Disclaimer
Authorization to use the ITER Organization's logo is limited to a specific, identified project, duration and place. Authorization does not confer any exclusive rights. The ITER logo may not be reproduced for the purpose of self‐promotion or for obtaining any commercial or personal financial gain.
In order to request the use of the ITER Organization's logo, entities are required to submit:
- The identity of the requesting entity (including nature of the entity and its objectives);
- Information about the intended use of the logo (description of the project, duration and countries/territories);
- ... all other information required in the form.
The ITER logo may not be modified or adapted. Where appropriate, the media (documents, films, etc.) must be submitted to the ITER Organization for approval before publication.
The ITER Organization may revoke the permission to use the logo at any time, and especially if it believes that the use of the logo is not in conformity with the agreed terms.
Once entities are permitted to use the ITER logo, the entities shall display the following caveat near the ITER logo:
"This is not an official ITER Organization product. The ITER logo is used here by courtesy of the ITER Organization."