The Fantec decision: German court holds distributor responsible for FOSS compliance

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Jul 30, 2013 7:43 AM EDT; By Mark Radcliffe
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Co-authors: Thomas Jansen and Hannes Meyle The GPLv2 continues to be the most widely used FOSS license, but has been rarely interpreted by courts. Most of these decisions have come from Germany as a result of the enforcement actions of Harold Welte. The recent Fantec decision in Germany is the latest such decision and provides guidance on the requirements for companies to manage their use of FOSS and the lack of ability to rely on statements from their suppliers.

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