On 18.07.2017 09:53, Paul Eggert wrote:
Andreas Röhler wrote:
What would stop FSF to assist defending
the authors rights?
The FSF would not have standing. The authors would, but might not
If you have assigned copyright to FSF,
then FSF can sue that violator
and have a probability of winning and forcing them to either
their improvements under GPL, or stop distributing their
Could you point me at some example?
Thanks for the info.
Seems I just dislike the idea of enforced freedom - it should
expand by the example and beneficial results it provides. That way
prefer licenses, which allow users to do the wrong thing.