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Appropriate License for Available-Source, No-Unauthorized-Distribution

I have a program (technically an addon to a program) whose code I want to be freely available for educational purposes or to create derivatives for personal use. However, I do NOT want to allow ...
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3answers
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Can I distribute a software with the following permission notice

I've recently written a piece of software (without any other contributors) for a company which I part own. I was wondering if I could distribute it with the following permission notice, which is a ...
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Which things I need to purchase to develop and distribute application to customer in .Net

This is the first time I got one customer and I am developing one application for him in c#.net and winforms. I want to distribute .net framework with my application since customer may not have it ...
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How to be sure that a library or utility author does not change the license at a certain time and sue you?

I am making an application that maybe needs to link a 3rd party library and needs to distribute an utility in its package. The library and the utility have a very permissive free license that ...
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1answer
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Using an AGPL 3.0-licensed library for extra functionality in an iOS app

I am building an iOS application, and I am planning to incorporate an AGPL 3.0-licensed library to it to provide some extra (non-essential) functionality. I’ve got a couple of questions regarding ...
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Should I provide some way to disable my software post-delivery?

I'm debating the value of putting remote disable (or destruct) functions into my software before delivering it to clients... As a hypothetical example, consider the development of a Silverlight app ...