The concept of open-source software (OSS) is to share the source code for free with future users. So what happens when companies use the free code of others to develop their own code? Scott Thiel explains what needs to be understood at the outset and how companies can adopt the right form of OSS licensing to protect intellectual property that results from a derivative work of OSS
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