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Microsoft Joins Group Working To 'Cure' Open-Source Licensing Issues - Slashdot


So, the GPL isn't as cut a dried and obvious as Slashdotters insist it is.

And the issues regarding the license wasn't FUD after all.

Color me surprised! I thought all Slashdotters were legal experts.

The license is clear on what you are allowed to do (which is more than copyright law requires them to do) with the copyrighted material. These companies want to restrict copyright holders who use the GPL from using the legally allowed means of ENFORCING that copyright once it has been violated. Where do these companies get the right to dictate to the copyright holders how they will enforce it?

I'll take these guys seriously once they make a legally binding commitment to handle violations of THEIR copyright

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