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Frequently Asked Questions
Copyrights and Trademarks
A: Complete the Request for Permission to Reprint GSUSA Copyrighted Material form enclosed in our Communications in Girl Scouting booklet and submit it by fax to (212) 852-8080. You can also email your specific request or concern to email@example.com.
A: No. Almost all photos, illustrations, and text on this site are copyrighted by Girl Scouts of the USA and require permission for use, even on a Girl Scout council site. Some material are copyrighted by third parties and may not be available for use. Always ask for permission first. Councils should follow the same procedures for getting permission to use printed material described above.
A: Yes, you do need permission to include the service mark on your site. You should work directly with staff at your local Girl Scout council office for approval and assistance. Council staff may then contact firstname.lastname@example.org if/as needed.
A: The use of official insignia (all of which is trademarked) is highly restrictive. You may submit your plans for proposed use to email@example.com.
A: Many rules and regulations govern the use of the service mark. Our published Graphic Guidelines outlines these procedures. To review the guidelines, please contact your local Girl Scout council office. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: No, Girl Scouts of the USA does not give permission for use of illustrations, photographs, or artwork from its publications.
A: No. Before using any Girl Scout songs, you should check to determine their copyright status. If a song is copyrighted, you cannot use it without permission.
A: No, such a listing is not available. If you want to use songs in a certain category, then you must be specific about the title of each one.
A: No, copyright laws cover both the words and music of a song. Permission must be granted.