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Open Source Software - Freedoms, Responsiblility and Governance

Published: 29 Aug 2014 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Author: Paul O'Hare, Edwin Baker

The rise of Open Source Software (OSS) over the past 15 years is approaching ubiquity. The diversity of OSS available to organizations will raise a multitude of issues, including licensing, risk, and other complex questions. This paper explores those questions.

 

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