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Re: [address@hidden: Re: Free Software Logo -> Where does FSF go?]

From: Aaron Wolf
Subject: Re: [address@hidden: Re: Free Software Logo -> Where does FSF go?]
Date: Mon, 2 Nov 2020 14:41:20 -0800

While that's largely true, people can make whatever sorts of contracts
like NDA's and other things. That doesn't completely disappear if
copyright were abolished.

On 2020-11-02 11:18 a.m., Albert Lee wrote:
>    On Mon, Nov 2, 2020 at 10:57 AM Aaron Wolf <[1]>
>    wrote:
>      This is not at all true. Non-free software happens primarily by
>      sharing
>      only binaries and not sharing the source code. Next, it happens via
>      EULA
>      and other contracts that do not rely on copyright law.
>    There is a problem with this assertion. Copyright law applies to
>    software in any form and the exclusivity of those rights is what gives
>    the holder the ability to dictate license terms.
>    -Albert
> References
>    1.
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