GPL (GNU genneral public licence).
- Reporting Violation
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CPL (Common Public License)
** Need hold author signature.
This meen that you can not remove notice by whos done original work.
** Need mark changes.
This meen that you must say that part is original product that part is your changes.
Typically this can be done by distributing original sources and patches for them or describe what source file you cange and how (for example this sometimes done in CHANGELOG files).
In any way when precedent occur you must prove that part of work is your.
** Need rename derivative work.
This meen that you derivative work must have another name that original.
Usually author in such way hold their users from derivative foreign toys based on thier work.
This meen that any derivative work must be covered by save licence as original.
** Licence can be changed.
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** Creative commons license.
Put in file:
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or like this:
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or like this:
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or like this:
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** Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works.
Came into force 1887-12-05.
- List of country where Berne convention in force.
** Universal Copyright Convention, Geneva Act (UCC Geneva).
Came into force 1955-09-16.
** Universal Copyright Convention, Paris Act (UCC Paris).
Came into force 1974-07-10.
** World Intellectual Property Organization Copyright Treaty.
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** Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)
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