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I have created a license for my apps:
This computer program is licensed under Illuze License v1.0.0 or later.
Illuze License v1.0.0 [3rdDec2015] -Rahul2001.com It's simple:
-You are free to use this application in any manner as long as you aren't, in any way (directly or indirectly), hurting a living being.
-You are free to distribute this in any manner or as many times as you like.
-You are free to use the source code (if provided) in any manner but must give credit to the original source(s) or author(s).
-You are NOT allowed to sell this app.
-You are NOT allowed to bundle it with anything that may count as: (i)Malware, (ii)Adware, (iii)Spyware or an otherwise undesirable application.
-You are not allowed to distribute compromised versions of this app.
-Any modified version of this application must also be licensed under the Illuze license.
-Any application which uses this application completely, or in part, must also be licensed under the Illuze license.
-The author is NOT responsible for what you do.
-No warranties/guarantees are provided with this application.
Do I need to publish or register it anywhere for it to count as a proper license?
Also, can anyone see any potential issues with this? I only plan to use this because other licenses are too long for my liking and let's be honest, most people don't even read them... Creative Commons is awesome but doesn't suit my needs and requirements...