There are perils associated with apparently using Google Image Search to get material for your official news broadcast. When a German television news channel, N24, was reporting a story on Navy SEAL Team Six, the unit which spearheaded the operation which ultimately killed Osama bin Laden, the channel accidentally used a fan-made logo for the Maquis, an anti-Cardassian rebel group which originally appeared in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, in place of the SEAL Team Six emblem.
As TrekMovie points out, there are a few differences between the logos: "[The newscaster] didn’t seem to notice (or care) that the skull in question was from a Klingon and included a bolted-on eyepatch. He and N24 also appear undeterred by the emblem’s inclusion of a phaser, 3 Klingon bat’leth swords and the word 'Maquis.'" He also made on-air comments that acknowledged the Maquis logo and seemed to treat it as the real thing: "And they also have the ‘Team Six,’ that carried out the mission. They don’t have the skull in their emblem for nothing."
(TrekMovie via io9 via Neatorama)