Typically, mentioning someone else’s trademark in any venue is allowable.
Trademark infringement only occurs if you use someone else’s brand in association with products and services for which that brand has registration.
The word “use” has a particular legal meaning, and merely mentioning another’s trademark by itself does not constitute use.
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