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Disclaimer: the following is not legal advice. It's only my own personal opinion as IT professional. For legal advice, you should consult a lawyer or a qualified legal expert. 1.Where to put the notice The copyright notice shall according to US law: (...) be affixed to the copies in such manner and location as to give reasonable notice of the ...


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In general, the principle is that you cannot revoke the GPL license, once it is applied to a particular version of a software. If you choose to release your software under a new version using a different license, you're certainly free to do that, but all older releases of the code would still fall under the GPL.


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Am I allowed to do this Yes. You can do whatever you want if it's legal in every other respect. under which conditions? You have to mention original authors (Wikipedia) and use the same license for your derived work, as described here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ but in my case I only have small ckunks of information taken ...



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