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"W3C® is a trademark (registered in numerous countries) of the
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- describe or reference W3C specifications, documents, software, or
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- describe non-W3C products that implement the required features and
operations of W3C Products. Required
features and operations are defined within specifications, often in
accordance with [RFC2119].
Representations that products or services comply with W3C
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made by you, the licensee, and not by the W3C.
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Recommendation), and future expectations regarding the W3C Product.
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the W3C aside from a representation that the above requirements (1-3)
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Note: Certain W3C trademarks or icons may have additional
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about this license should be sent to email@example.com.
- S. Bradner. RFC2119: Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate
Requirement Levels.IETF Network Working Group. BCP: 14 March
1997. Category: Best Current Practice