Not without permission Questions in textbooks, exam papers etc. have the same copyright protection as any other literary work.


Open source software is copyrighted by the contributors (or in some cases a legal entities the contributors explicitly gave their copyrights to in form of a contributors license agreement). Yes, they tend to give really lax licenses to everyone which grant a lot of freedoms, but the copyright is still retained. When you modify open source software, then you ...

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