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and Servicemarks (collectively the "trademarks"), provided that you agree
to the following terms and conditions:
The owner of W3C marks must be clearly identified
as the W3C. For example, "W3C® is a trademark (registered
in numerous countries) of the World Wide Web
Consortium; marks of W3C are registered
and held by its host institutions MIT,
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describe or reference W3C specifications, documents, software, or other products
listed at the W3C web site (collectively, "W3C Products"), or
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
Representations that products or services comply with W3C specifications
must clearly indicate that the representations are made by you, the licensee,
and not by the W3C.
W3C Trademarks must only be used in a way that accurately reflects the STATUS
associated with the W3C products. The STATUS of a W3C document describes
the context in which the product was developed including the publication
date, intellectual property disclosures (e.g., copyright or patent terms),
location (URI), its publication level (Note, Working Draft, Propose
Recommendation, Recommendation), and future expectations regarding the W3C
Marks may not be used to indicate any kind of endorsement by the W3C, official
status with respect to the W3C, or any kind of relationship with the W3C
aside from a representation that the above requirements (1-3) have been met.
W3C will audit the use of the W3C trademarks to determine compliance with
these terms and conditions.
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AND LOST PROFITS, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER W3C (MIT, INRIA, Keio) SHALL BE ADVISED,
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OF THE FOREGOING.
No right to create modifications or derivatives of W3C Trademarks is granted
pursuant to this license.
Certain W3C trademarks or icons may have additional information about
their use not found within this license. Please refer to
"W3C Logo and Icon Usage."
Questions about this license should be sent to
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
last updated by $Author: ijacobs $
on $Date: 2005/12/15 21:41:28 $