Intellectual Property Law
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The same rules apply, in that copyright does not apply to short phrases, names, titles. You could come up with a logo and copyright the logo, but anyone could use the term (assuming it's not trademarked). Trademark is what you need to apply for if you want to use something to reflect the source of the item.
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