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SubjectRe: non-free firmware in kernel modules, aggregation and unclear copyright notice.
Michael Poole wrote:

>Copyright law only _explicitly_ grants a monopoly on preparation of
>derivative works. However, it is trivial, and overwhelmingly common,
>for a copyright owner to grant a license to create a derivative work
>that is conditional on how the licensee agrees to distribute (or not
>distribute) the derivative work.
>Michael Poole
Conceded. Altough .br's "computer programs" law explicitly says that you
can reserve, in a license to create derivative works, all the rights
over the derivative works.


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