Re: Well-drafted anti-DRM clause [was: Re: GFDL redux, all over again, yet another time]
Francesco Poli wrote:
> On Tue, 31 May 2005 23:25:00 -0400 Nathanael Nerode wrote:
>> You may not impose any terms or any technological measures on the
>> Work, the Derivative Work or the Work incorporated in a Collective
>> Work that alter or restrict the terms of this Licence or any rights
>> granted under it or have the effect or intent of restricting the
>> ability of any person to exercise those rights;
> Does this allow distribution on DRM-encumbered media as long as an
> unencumbered copy is distributed alongside?
Yes. If distributed alongside an unencumbered copy, the DRM does *not*
alter or restrict the terms of the License, does *not* alter or restrict
the rights granted under the License, and does *not* have the effect or
intent of restricting the ability of any person to exercise those rights.
> IIRC, this was told many times to be an important right...
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