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Top 5: Legal Issues in Open Source in 2014

The most-read articles this year on Opensource.com demonstrated a strong interest in the changing aspects of complicated issues. For example, the top two stories this year both relate to a complex series of cases involving a dispute between Versata and Aperiprise surrounding alleged violations of the GNU General Public License...

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European Commission updates its open source policy

 OpenSource.com: The European Commission (EC) wants to make it easier for its software developers to submit patches and add new functionality to open source projects.

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6 Things to Consider When Building an Open Source Community

I am frequently asked, "Why did you decide to make your product open source?" read more...

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US Supreme Court Rules Against Software Patents

In April, LWN reported on the case of Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International, which addresses the issue of whether ideas implemented in software are patentable. The ruling [PDF] is now in: a 9-0 decision against patentability. "We hold that the claims at issue are drawn to the abstract idea...

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Microsoft's Android Patents Will Face Challenges

After the Chinese government revealed the patents that Microsoft uses to obtain licenses from Android phone manufacturers, we can expect to see these patents to face many challenges.

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