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Bearing in mind that we're a free software website, and that our answers may well be tinged by a deep belief that freedom is good, a quick perusal of those terms brings one thing clearly to my mind: these are commercial services, and they want your money. They allow you to make some fettered uses of their stock images, but eventually, you hit their line in ...


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You have created a combined work - the web page. The web page is a derivative of a GPL work, because it contains parts of it. All derivative works of GPL works must be GPL. There is an exception - if your use is "mere aggregation" then you do not need to make the entire derivative work GPL (only the combined part). An example of "mere ...


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You've written a webpage which contains some of your own JS. This JS requires a call provided by a third-party library, published under GPL, which you also make available on your server. Firstly, you have GPL obligations with respect to the existing library. These include (but are not limited to) making (unminified) source available on demand, and ...


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