Ken asked me to forward this to the list so's you can all comment and
hack at it.
I think it's quite good, but then I'm not a lawyer.
One thing though, there is a "fair use" clause we should have. It's
reasonably ok to quote from a source for a couple of lines without
contacting the source. Maybe that should go into the 5th paragraph
somewhere (the paragraph about quoting)
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