Sound copyright symbol. Not sure how they put this on a sound recording. Perhaps it sounds like the "gong" sound from "Law and Order".
Looks like a happy "e" to me.
Creative Commons Logo. Indicates that a work is not copyrighted, and can be used freely. It’s a visual pun on the copyright symbol.
Seems to me that the rabbi's should be able to get together and agree on a common logo.
Halal. Designates that a food meets Islamic food standards. As with kosher, the concept seems simple enough, but the internet is full of stupid and paranoid people. Various groups interpret them as a terrorist funding conspiracy, a war on Christmas, or an anti-western jihad.
Plastic recycling codes. These codes are used to sort different types of plastic for recycling. Most of us just chuck the plastics into the recycling bin, but this is a huge pain for plastics recyclers. Some plastics like PETE soda bottles are easy to recycle, while other plastics aren't. These other plastics can only be economically recycled from pure commercial sources.
Underwriters Laboratory. UL is a non-profit organization tests products in the United States to certify that they meet safety standards. The organization was founded in 1894 by fire insurance companies to test products.
This has got to be the ugliest symbol of them all.
Canadian Standards Association. The CSA is similar to Underwriters Laboratories, but with a Canadian accent.
China Compulsory Commission. Certified by a Chinese agency to meet standards for sale in China. How tough can that be?
FCC Certification. The product meets US Federal Communications Commission standards for electromagnetic radiation.
Vegetarian. The manufacturer claims that the product is suitable for vegetarians.