If you've looked closely at Twitter recently, then you may have noticed that the site has, ever so slightly, redesigned its bird logo.
As reported by The Guardian, to go along with the change, Twitter has issued a series of edicts about how the newly revised logo can and cannot be used, which we've listed below.
Use our official, unmodified Twitter bird to represent our brand
Make sure the bird faces right
Allow for at least 150 per cent buffer space around the bird.
Use speech bubbles or words around the bird
Rotate or change the direction of the bird
Animate the bird
Duplicate the bird
Change the colour of the bird
Use any other marks or logos to represent our brand.
We wonder, though, whether by issuing such specific and nay-saying guidelines, the company, which champions free speech throughout the world, is inadvertently baiting users to do exactly what it doesn't want them to do.