[License-review] For Approval: The Cryptographic Autonomy License
van.lindberg at gmail.com
Fri May 10 23:13:13 UTC 2019
Thank you for your comments.
My responses to your two points are:
1. Even if public performance is limited to the scope you identify, the CAL
has an explicit defined term that makes the connection with making an API
2. I agree as to the copyrightability (or not) of data - but the CAL
doesn't really address that. Data could be non-copyrightable and still
subject to a data portability provision in a license. Note that the CAL
does not require that user data be destroyed, only that it be provided back
to its owner. It still may be free to use, barring any other contractual
obligations between the parties.
I also want to thank you for your concise summation of your concerns. I
hope that the OSI board disagrees with you, though.
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