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Activity 3: Ethical Issue: Confusing Logos

You are asked by your supervisor to design a logo for your company that is quite similar to the logo of another company, with the unspoken intention of misrepresenting your company as another. How different does your logo need to be from the other company in order for your ethical standards not to be compromised?

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