This is the #legalbugbounty standardization project. As Amit Elazari explains in her Enigma talk and her papers - the legal landscape of bug bounties is currently lacking. Safe harbor is the exception, not the standard and thousands of thousands of hunters are put in "legal's" harm way. I've suggested that bug bounty legal terms, starting with safe harbor, could and should be standardized. Once standardization of bug bounty legal language is achieved, the bug bounty economy will become an alternate private legal regime in which white-hat hacking is celebrated through regulatory incentives. Standardization will start a race-to-the-top over the quality of bug bounty terms. This project, supported by CLTC, aims to achieve standardization of bug bounty legal terms across platforms, industries and sponsors, in line with the DOJ framework, and akin to the licenses employed by Creative Commons and the open source industry. This will reduce the informational burden and increase hackers’ awareness of terms (salience). It could also signal whether a particular platform or company conforms with the standard terms that are considered best practice.