US: Culture clash
Proprietary and open software have developed in parallel in the US over the past two decades. Craig Bachman and Anne Glazer of Lane Powell examine some legal intersections between the two models
From the early 1980s a cultural divide developed in the software community between proponents of proprietary software and advocates of free or open source software. The reasons for this separation of views are many. They include political, philosophical, economic, technical...
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