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(Taken from TI Link Policy page)
Texas Instruments Incorporated Linking Policy
If you would like to link to TI's web site, you must comply with the following guidelines:
- Do not incorporate any content from this site into your site (e.g., by in-lining, framing or creating other browser or border environments around TI content). You may only link to, not replicate, TI content.
- Unless we enter into a specific written agreement with you, you may not use any of TI's names, logos, designs, slogans, product trademarks or service marks in or with your links, except that you may link to the TI site using the plain text name of that site or the plain text name of Texas Instruments Incorporated.
- Your site must not present false information about TI products or services.
- Do not present the link to TI's site in any way suggests that TI has any relationship or affiliation with your site or endorses your site, products or services.
- Do not use any of TI's names, logos, designs, slogans, product trademark or service marks or any other words or codes identifying TI's web sires in any "metatag" or other information used by search engines or other information location tools to identify and select sites, without TI's express written permission for a particular use.
- Your site should not contain content that could be construed as distasteful, offensive or controversial.
Texas Instruments Incorporated controls and operates this web site from the company's headquarters in Dallas, Texas in the United States of America. If you use our materials from locations outside of the United States, you are responsible for compliance with any applicable laws.
TI may at any time revise this Linking Policy. You are bound by any such revisions and should therefore periodically visit this page to review the current version of the policy.
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This policy last updated on December 5, 2001