I'm putting this up for two reasons. First, it's a good illustration of how copyright owners can, should, and do protect their intellectual property. Secondly, a lot of my work up to date has been of the "let's destroy all the copyrights" variety for those want to interpret it so. That's not what I'm about, and I want to highlight a good case where a copyright holder has protected his rights while also licensing them when and where he feels it was appropriate to do so.
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