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Re: Prefered License for forums content

On Tue, 4 May 2004, Wouter Vanden Hove wrote:
> "When any Licensor asks, all references to their name(s) must be purged
>    from the work.  This restricts modification (DFSG 3)."
> This is an unalienable moral right in most of Europe. If this is DFSG 
> non-free, then Debian has a serious problem, because then is it 
> logically impossible to have a license that is compatible with the DFSG 
> and European Law at the same time.

That restriction isn't the same as the European law, because the European law
only applies in Europe, but the license restriction applies all over the world.

It's like the export clauses which says that users have to be bound by US
export restrictions (even users not in the US).

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