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This web page was written by looking at different disclaimer, copyright and privacy policies of different web sites, including among others Free Software Foundation, Creative Commons, WikiMedia Foundation, and other sources from public universities and research labs. Some sentences were adapted from the sources trying to keep as much as possible their legal meaning.