Brand Permissions - Again

My last post contained images of the correspondance between myself and I wanted to prove that using some of the images available on Squarespace Logos violated Google's policies. To do this, I would need to show images from Gmail. I could have copied the text but adding images is important so I filled out the request form here:

Seems like a minor thing but I always end up making tutorials for my clients and I plan on putting them on my site for other partners to use. Making branded, tailored tutorials for your clients is a great way to set policies, ensure you give clear instructions, and lay out templated procedures that enable you to scale your business later.

It seems that intent is what's important here. "Instructional Purposes" and of course follow the directions about the disclaimer, as I am about to do. 

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