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SubjectRe: GPL violations: make it harder
Followup to:  <>
By author: Andre Hedrick <>
In newsgroup:
> >
> > I have been following it in this list for longer - you cut the thing you are
> > sitting on when telling people who say "I saw GNU licence violation"
> > to not to bother or turn to other organization...
> There was no "GNU licence violation", because there is no GNU licence in a
> patch.

Then it's actually not licensed to anyone, and is thus illegal to use
by anyone (unless you say otherwise, of course.) You don't have to
put the © symbol into something for it to be copyrighted (although a
legal copyright notice, meaning "©", "Copyright", or "Copr", the year,
and the owner -- see the "Copyright" header of this message -- is

<> at work, <> in private!
"Unix gives you enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot."
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