[PDF] Bad Facts Make Good Law: The Jacobsen Case and Open Source

Posted by azerthoth on Oct 3, 2008 2:12 PM EDT
rosenlaw.com; By Lawrence Rosen
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This decision finally explains how U.S. courts should analyze open source and open content licenses. The bottom line for us is that copyright law provides the remedies but contract law provides the analytical tools. [This pdf file was posted to the OSI license-discuss mailing list, with permission to rebublish -Az]

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A very well articulated explanation of the topic. shmget 0 710 Oct 3, 2008 10:19 PM

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