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Is there a good license for a libertarian programmer who's against intellectual property?

I share the same views and recommend you using GPLv3 license. One would expect someone with such an attitude to not use the license at all, use a permissive license, or explicitly unlicense. But for ...
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How much of a given work of software can be claimed under fair use?

In this particular case, the answer is: none fair use is any copying of copyrighted material done for a limited and “transformative” purpose, such as to comment upon, criticize, or parody a ...
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How much of a given work of software can be claimed under fair use?

There's no international fair use doctrine, so it varies by jurisdiction. That means relying on "Fair Use" might not be very helpful, if you don't want a resulting software product derived ...
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How much of a given work of software can be claimed under fair use?

Fair use is not a right that you have, but it is a way to defend yourself against a claim of copyright infringement. In the end, it is a judge who decides if your use of the copyrighted work falls ...
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Can one of several heirs of a copyright release it under a Creative Commons license, and if so, how?

Please do not do this without consulting a qualified copyright attorney, or getting Charlie's permission. Here is the problematic clause: To the extent possible, the Licensor waives any right to ...
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