Hypothetical question...

David Johnson arandir at meer.net
Sun Feb 20 00:19:20 UTC 2000

On Sat, 19 Feb 2000, Rod Dixon, J.D., LL.M. wrote:

> In other words, the irony of open source is that it is easier to prove
> copyright infringement than it would be if the software were proprietary or
> closed-source.

In my particular case, I should have no problems. However, your irony is
interesting. Releasing source code under a no-modify license may be better IP
protection than keeping it 100% closed.


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