That logic would mean that unilateral action by one party could stop any
character being encoded in Unicode.
e.g. I could register "latin-capital-letter-p-with-stroke.net" and then
start selling T-shirts with this character on, and declare it in my
documentation to be my logo.
It wouldn't stop it also being a character used by the national language
of Syldavia, and thus worthy of encoding.
My point : just because something is used as a logo, does not preclude it
also being a character.
 This is supposed to be a fictional character
 This is a fictional country
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