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The final shirt is the one that spells out "Priv.ly". (See below).
Why must privly support/advertise such a small set of its applications when it really applies to communications at a higher level?
How about instead of using implementation-specific logos, abstract the concepts:
I get the point about piggybacking on the current market leaders' popularity, but want to make a point that the current oligopoly on social communication and unwillingness to support privacy functionality is the reason why privly is needed. If I wear the shirt, I want to advertise Privly and the concepts behind it - not the companies with whom I disagree with on privacy practices (and in come cases boycott) .
I love your idea. The only thing it sacrifices is that the "major player" logos are better known outside tech circles. I'll see if anyone will draw up a new version with the logos you propose, and we can have people vote on the options. Unless people come up with something snappy to disclaim our relationship with Google et al, we will likely be voting on whether to print the basic privly logo, or the Privly logo on the front and your sugested icons on the back.
Tyler Dugoni, the designer of the circle logo shirt is going to create a "standards" version this weekend.
Maybe I'm a minimalist, but I like the Priv.ly shirt with the lobster font A LOT.
I have no cleverness up my sleeve for this one.
Since the circle graphic doesn't carry our logo, I think it comes down to whether people want something on the back of the Tshirt. It is a moot point if there is no disclaimer, or we don't get a new version of the circle (see comment above).
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