Why the GPL licensing cops are the good guys

June 01, 2012
GPL enforcement by Software Freedom Conservancy puts electronics makers on notice, leaves business users untouched
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Open source celebrates the freedom to leave

May 25, 2012
New survey suggests many are losing patience with vendors touting 'open core' and 'dual license' models that lock in customers
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What's next after GPL and Apache?

May 18, 2012
The trend for commercial open source licensing could be back toward the center, either to MPLv2 or an even better successor
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Open source suites go beyond Microsoft Office

May 11, 2012
Open source desktop productivity suites are experiencing an injection of enthusiasm, as recent burst of news releases confirms
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Ubuntu and Android: A match made in open source

May 04, 2012
Canonical's Ubuntu for Android shows how open source can foster new ideas
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Is GPL licensing in decline?

April 27, 2012
As Apache licenses proliferate, two warring camps have formed over whether the GPL is or isn't falling out of favor
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The real reason behind Microsoft's leap into open source

April 20, 2012
Microsoft has created a new open source subsidiary. Is this a sign of greater openness, or are there darker motives?
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High stakes for open source in the commercial cloud

April 13, 2012
Push for open source in public clouds is less about users' flexibility and freedom, more to do with competitive power
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If Oracle wins its Android suit, everyone loses

April 06, 2012
Besides Google, biggest loser is free culture in general and open source in particular. Here's your guide to what's at stake
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Red Hat's $1 billion proves value of software freedom

March 30, 2012
CIOs have become slaves to licenses and restrictions placed on them by software vendors, except when choosing open source
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