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+# Nexus Archive browser extension
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+A simple browser extension to submit network traffic to the <q>Nexus Archive</q> website.
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+## Licence
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+This project is licensed under [European Union Public Licence (EUPL)][EUPL].
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+For convenience an English text of the licence is included in [LICENSE.txt](LICENSE.txt) file.
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+[EUPL]:
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