No problem, mkmurray. I trust in you. I can understand it. I can understand the reason for the Church protect its copyrights, this is normal and is a protection for us too.
I would be really happy if some Church employee could explain more about this subject to us. It would be very useful.
Remember that this topic begin in 2007 when I detected problems with the use of the logo in units and departments in my own country. Since then, I found problems not only in the use of the logo in Portuguese, but in the use of the logo in English and other languages too.
If the Church is so concerned with a correct self presentation (and I agree that it's the correct), then it should concern itself that all departments and operations had the logo presentation correctly. If the international units must produce your letterhead papers and envelopes (and this causes problems), imagine the MLS (which still has a logo not formatted in Portuguese reports) or the strange version of the logo in Mormon.org and other Public Affairs Department sites (like the Preposition 8 site too - see above) that are produced inside the Church headquarters.
This problem should be smaller if the local units in international areas have access to the same procedures as the units of the United States and Canada has to order stationery. The biggest concern about the logo is not just to create materials for external use (like missionary invitations and cards or invitations for meetinghouses dedications, for example) but to create documents for internal use that need to be properly standardized, like letterheads and envelopes, that are used to report Administrative or Disciplinary Actions and even to use in documentation to government issues (taxes and tributes reduction forms, for example).
I understand that I can be a little critical on issues of graphic images, but it is my specialty as a Computer Technician. I really like this area. Sorry if I exaggeration in this matter.
Mormon.org LDS Church Logo versus LDS.org LDS Church Logo