Although our code is free, it is very important that we strictly respect our trademark rights in order to protect our users from people who use the trademarks to commit fraud. This means that, while you have a great deal of freedom to distribute and modify our software, your ability to use Mozilla names and logos is limited in a way that falls under trademark law, even if they are embedded in binaries we provide. The whole deal. This agreement represents the entire legal agreement between you and Mozilla for the distribution of add-ons and completely supersedes all other related agreements between you and Mozilla, unless you have a separately negotiated and signed agreement with a specific add-on (“Custom Agreement”), in which case the Custom Agreement applies. Documents linked to this Agreement, including, for example, revision guidelines, are inserted by reference. . . .