David Tollen is the founder of Sycamore Legal, P.C., a San Francisco law firm focusing on technology, privacy, and IP.
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Tag Archives: intellectual property
In an earlier post, I explained that the standard “feedback license” arises out of a misunderstanding of IP—and generally asks too much from the would-be licensor. After some kvetching in the comments from Professor Eric Goldman, I suggested a “Disclaimer … Continue reading
A lot of software licenses grant the recipient the right to “use” software. But the use license springs from a misunderstanding of copyright law. As a result, it’s not clear. A use license may give broader rights than the provider … Continue reading