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Re: A possible GFDL compromise

* Anthony DeRobertis (asd@suespammers.org) [030907 17:20]:
> The GPL says both. It says you must provide the preferred form for 
> making modifications. A format which uses DRM to prevent or hinder 
> modification, copying, etc. is clearly not that format. (In the source 
> code world, think of obfuscating the source.)

Think of the DRM-version of the binary and the non-DRM-version as the
source. It is certain legal to give away binaries (aka DRM-enabled
versions) as long as you also provide access to the source.

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