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Questions about the implementation of software licenses on software. If you intend to ask something about free or opensource software, please check if **Opensource.SE** (https://opensource.stackexchange.com) would not be more appropriate for your question than this site. See the full description for more information about which questions are on topic.

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I would recommend including a license. It may seem to be unnecessary overhead and not every piece of code is a patent-ridden court case in the making but many people and organizations, large companies …
answered Jan 1 '13 by akton
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Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. I would strongly recommend you speak to one if you are considering licensing software, particularly if you want to use it in a commercial product now or in the future …
answered Sep 4 '12 by akton
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including it in yours? Any form of code modification or intermingling is much trickier from a legal or licensing perspective. Also, is the code being distributed to customers (such as run on their …
answered Jan 1 '13 by akton
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Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. If you are concerned enough, seek professional legal advice. Assuming we are dealing with US law, it would be very difficult for someone to patent it now because the co …
answered Jan 16 '13 by akton
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NOTE: I am not a lawyer. If you are making business decisions, I recommend getting professional legal advise first. In most cases, merely adding a LICENSE file to your project should be sufficient a …
answered Jul 17 '13 by akton