(OT) - NOT A Major Blow to Copyleft Theory
nelson at crynwr.com
Wed Feb 6 04:50:25 UTC 2008
Alexander Terekhov writes:
> Here, however, Plaintiff has not retained any underlying copyright to
> the Decoder Definition files and at no time or under any circumstance
> do the exclusive copyright rights revert back to Plaintiff.
That's where the judge screwed up. In fact the Plaintiff *does*
retain copyright, and grants a license ONLY under certain conditions.
The judge also doesn't understand that when software is freely
copyable, the main economic value to the Plaintiff is in having
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