I recall somebody asking Ivan about that in a previous talk, and he pointed out that Intel is a much larger company than ARM, so they'd rather manufacture and sell chips, and fall back on licensing the architecture if Plan A didn't work out.
"Each of the 3 questions must be unique and only asked to a single god, and each god can receive 0, 1, 2 or all 3 questions out of the 3 unique questions".
In other words, don't create 1 question and ask it to multiple gods. But if you create 2 or 3 different questions, it's fine to ask them to the same god (forgoing to opportunity to ask them to another god).
I don't think there's any conflict between these. The first just means that you only get a response from a single god of your choosing for each of your three questions, as opposed to receiving a response from each god for each question. It doesn't mean that each god is asked exactly one question.
These rules do not conflict. The first one means that a single question cannot be addressed to multiple gods simultaneously, the second one states you can ask each of these single-addressed questions to any one god you chose.