You're probably familiar with Ars Technica, a blog that covers (among many other topics) copyright issues. A few weeks back, Ars posted a story on over-broad copyright notices. That was an interesting story, and worth reading.
In the comment section for that story, one poster noted that Ars used a copyright notice that was just as broad. Today Ars posted a copy of their new notice (the bold is the new addition):
"Except where permitted by law, the material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast Digital."
I have to give them kudos for that. It demonstrates a level of integrity that I find refreshing.