IANAL


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IANAL

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I Am Not A Lawyer (but my legal opinion is...).
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IANAL

"I am not a lawyer, but..." See digispeak.
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(36) Most comments begin or end with the pronouncement "IANAL" (I am not a lawyer), but generally it is clear that the commentators consider themselves to be experts on FOSS licensing and licensing law.
Here a common Internet acronym applies: IANAL (I am not a lawyer), so an editor must consult his or her own legal resources and ultimately make an informed decision about risk.
Folks, IANAL (I Am Not A Lawyer), but if you run a Web site for a public entity--a government agency, a city or county library system, or even maybe a public school or university--you need to pay attention to this case and think about developing a written policy for linking if you don't already have one.