☞ Unexpected Findings

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  1. Oops. That’s a shame that you simply signed on to Ed Burnette’s flawed “analysis”. Infringement doesn’t go cease to have happened retroactively as a result of removing files, copyright protections don’t only apply to “important” files, and publication via a source code repository on the web is as much publication as shipping code in a phone is.

    Given that all that makes open source licenses work at all is copyright law, this is not an excellent position for either you or the OSI to be staking out.

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