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It may be ugly but you are required by Google's Terms to show the recaptcha logo unless you include the reCAPTCHA branding visibly in the user flow including a link to Google's Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. 

Note that the reCAPTCHA service collects and processes personal data so if you don't make this clear to users when they use the form, you may be breaking data protection laws.


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Got it. Thanks for the info Paul. Shame Squarespace and Google still haven't come up with a work around design solution. It's horribly ugly. But I guess that's one of the cons in working with a template based builder, like Squarespace etc. You're at their aesthetic mercy and timetable. Appreciate your help.

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