Quoting Matthew Gaylard (matthew.gaylard at ward.ie):
> However, realistically, it's not just a problem that can be solved
> legally - it's actually a political problem that expresses itself in a
> wide-range of issues in relation to intellectual property, copyright,
> and patent law.
You mean it's a problem that cannot be solved legally _if_ the software
in question is proprietary. Software under open source licences doesn't
create these problems in the first place.
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