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Open Source Software Is Licensed – It’s Not ‘Free’

28 November 2011


Open source software (OSS) has become ubiquitous, but it is still not free.
There are examples of open source software on computing devices all around us. The Linux operating system runs business computers. Many people use Mozilla’s Firefox browser to access the Internet. Google’s Android operating system runs on smartphones and other computing devices.

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