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Synonyms for copyright

a document granting exclusive right to publish and sell literary or musical or artistic work

secure a copyright on a written work

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There are other important characteristics of a chosen license to consider as well, for example, whether or not a patent commons surrounding the project is desirable, (115) or whether it is a priority to preserve all derivative works of the project as free software using the legal force of copyleft licensing.
0 software requires the SaaS distribution model and the AGPLv3 makes certain that copyleft will be protected.
influential members of the copyleft community make the case that
A copyleft grants reuse and reproduction rights to everyone under a General Public License or other OSS license.
While knowing how open source projects operate and organize into complex networks may be interesting from a social and economic perspective, there are other implications of network science that are more relevant to the legal field, and that is in the area of copyleft licensing.
The method used was Copyleft and the resulting license was called the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL).
LGPL - The LGPL places copyleft restrictions on the program itself but does not apply these restrictions to other software that merely links with the program.
318) BSD supporters refer to their model as 'copycenter'--between copyleft and copyright.
com The web-based service will consist of two sections, Copyleft -- which will feature material from unsigned artists -- and Copyright, offering current hits and back catalogue numbers starting at 25p per track.
The web-based service will consist of two sections, Copyleft - which will feature material from unsigned artists, including free music - and Copyright, offering current hits and back catalogue numbers starting at 25p per track.
The web-based service will consist of two sections, Copyleft ( which will feature material from unsigned artists, including music downloadable for free ( and Copyright, offering current hits and back catalogue numbers starting at 25p per track.
What is the reason for using the copyleft device rather than simply placing software in the public domain?
McBride also writes that GPL is called copyleft by its authors "to emphasize that it is the opposite of copyright.
A word play on "copyright" the CopyLeft movement was born as a reaction to the increasing encroachment of intellectual property rights (IPRs) in the software industry.
When Torvalds created Linux, he protected it under the GNU General Public License, an intriguing form of copyright commonly known as copyleft.