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I could tell you who that's from, but then I'd probably add a link to them, and by golly, they think that I'm not allowed to.
This illustrates what happens when you let lawyers go crazy on terms and conditions -- or at least a certain kind of lawyers who want to nail down as much as possible and believe that owning information and controlling all access to it is the way to increase revenue. I can understand some of the terms and conditions here: republication, of course, on the basis that this website describes a proprietary application, and sublicensing similarly. Of course, copyright laws already give publishers those rights, so I'm not sure why they show up again in the terms and conditions. And denying the right to link? Well, deep-linking has been challenged in court various times, but not linking in general. In other words, unclear on the concept (or overzealous).