I'm considering integrating iText into an internal-use web application.
According to the AGPLv3 license, I have most certainly modified "the Program".
However, this application cannot be accessed outside of the company office. It is only available to employee workstations that are connected to the office LAN and it is most definitely not for sale and for employees only.
Even though this application is available for use over a network as a service, according to the GPL FAQ it is not considered distribution.
Given what I know it seems that I am in the clear, but I want to be absolutely sure that I will not get into legal hot water.
If I am in the clear for that scenario, what if my application reads files in a directory that is used by a public-facing FTP server where third parties can submit files to my company?
Am I still in the clear?