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Can I use GPL-licensed services embedded in an iframe from a commercial application?

I want to try a WYSIWYG editor in my closed-source application and I'm wondering if what I want to do is legal. I create an OSS project (GPL license) that contains the editor of my choice I deploy it ...
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Is Microsoft in compliance with MIT license for .Net Core?

I noticed that Microsoft claims to apply an MIT license to their .NET core code, which appears to contain a variance: Copyright (c) .NET Foundation and Contributors Whereas the opensource.org MIT ...
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GPL Software with "Premium" Features

As I understand GPL, your software can be sold for any amount you wish, but you must make the source code available to everyone without charge. I have noticed a trend where certain software released ...
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Is this an appropriate use of the GPL?

I'm currently producing an application for a client, where I'm writing all the source code myself from scratch. The client is paying me a one-off fee for development work. The plan is for the client ...
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Why do some softwares not include the full license?

I have been reading the license file from some libraries so I can figure out what needs to be included in my own app. I notice a lot of software includes only a summary of the license, and not a full ...
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Can I delete or recreate my repository freely if it have code under GPLv3?

I have a public repository on GitHub with project and source code under GPLv3. Can I freely drop repository and close project if I don't want to develop it. And after some years maybe I want publish ...
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Are there possible legal issues with implementing the "pro" features of a paid product in that product's GPL version?

Suppose Product X, produced by for-profit Company X, is released in two versions, a GPL "community" version with full source available and a paid commercial version for which source is not ...
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Is an app required to be open sourced when the app is using a GPL library created by the organization that created the app?

Let’s say an organization writes a JavaScript library under the GPL license. Then let’s say the organization writes a web app which uses several MIT licensed libraries along with this GPL library ...
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Can I dual license my software that is on Github with a GPLv3 license?

To my understanding, as the maker of the software, I have the right to dual licensing the software as I wish, be it both an open source license and a proprietary closed license at the same time. ...
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Can I write closed source software linked to a GPL library if I am the copyright holder?

Sorry for the rather strange question, I made a GPL library and I got a project I am making with it for someone else (alpha testing). The client wants the software that links to my library to be ...

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