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# LibreHealth Trademark Policy
Open source software from LibreHealth is free to copy, to modify and to distribute.
It is licensed under the [Mozilla Public License 2.0](https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/MPL/2.0/)
with Healthcare Disclaimer (MPL 2.0 HD).
Meanwhile, the trademarks for this software – including the "LibreHealth"
wordmark and the [graphic logo] (https://github.com/LibreHealthIO/community-design-assets/blob/master/librehealth-o.svg) – are kept as private property. Trademarks
are different than copyrights, particularly in an open source community such
as LibreHealth. Trademarks can only be copied for certain specific purposes
("nominative fair use") and cannot be modified in a way to confuse consumers
about the origin of the FOSS software ("confusing similarity"). These trademark
law terms are described more completely below.
Examples of FOSS trademarks: Linux, Eclipse, Apache, JBoss, MySQL, Firefox,
Mozilla, Jaspersoft, Hadoop, Java, OpenOffice etc.
"LibreHealth" is like those trademarks. It is a visible brand associated
with high-quality open source software for healthcare. It is a brand created
by our worldwide community. Our brand represents our collective pride and