Impersonation & Intellectual Property

  1. Don't pretend to be someone else, and don't represent that your product is authorized by, endorsed by, or produced by another company or organization, if that is not the case.

  2. Your Product and its user experience also must not mimic functionality or warnings from a user's operating system or browser.

  3. Developers should not divert users or provide links to any other site that mimics the Chrome Web Store or passes itself off as the Chrome Web Store.

  4. Any metadata that misrepresents the extension's or developer's current status or performance on the Chrome Web Store (e.g. "Editor's Choice" or "Number One") is not allowed.

  5. Don't infringe on the intellectual property rights of others, including patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, and other proprietary rights. We will respond to clear notices of alleged copyright infringement. For more information or to file a DMCA request, use this tool.

  6. The visibility of your Product may be impacted if we believe it potentially infringes on intellectual property rights.