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Re:It's helpful to give copyrights to FSF

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on April 29, 2003 03:33 AM
But they continually enforce the GPL. It just never usually gets to court, because they are usually able to convince the developers that they are right.

How can they be like a sneaky insurance company? They don't charge anything for their services!

Anyway, proving such things is no more difficult than proving any other kind of license violation, yet it still occurs. GNU tries to educate, not berate - they try to do everything out-of-court and quietly.


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