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Deals with legal permission to use/represent a specific entity. It can reference the appearance of a brand or software related permissions.

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You escape the GPL by paying the developers for a commercial license.
answered Aug 19 '12 by Tapio
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It's the MIT license. You can do anything with MIT licensed software as long as you include its license somewhere in the distribution (it gives credit and disclaims warranty for the MIT licensed part) …
answered Aug 7 '12 by Tapio