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The very definition of "open source" as defined by the OSI is, that the software may be used by anyone for any purpose. As such, if you only use open source software which uses one of the OSI-acknowledged FLOSS licenses (e,g. GPL, BSD, MIT, Apache), you are fine. The main differences in the licenses lay in the terms and conditions which apply when ...


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