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Apparently not The full text of the license is not included on the page you link to, or on any linked page that I checked. But the FAQ says: free educational licenses can be used strictly for non-commercial educational purposes (including academic research). Exactly how this company defines "non-commercial educational purposes" is not stated. If ...


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Certainly none of the standard open source licenses will accomplish the desired end of prohibiting reuse of the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript source in other web sites and applications. Such reuse is prohibited by copyright (and the source code is definitely protected by copyright) unless the copyright holder affirmatively grants permission. So simply being sure ...


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Assuming they are OEM licenses then yes they are tied to the machine (specifically the motherboard), so if you bought the machine you can install that licensed version of Windows on to the machine itself. (see here). Whether you can choose to transfer an OEM license depends on whether it was pre-installed or bought stand alone: 4. Transfer. The ...


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Yes, there are other rights than ownership rights So, in fact, “ownership” rights are less than “all” rights. In most jurisdictions, there are two types of copyright rights: economic rights and moral rights. Economic rights are the right to profit from the work. Moral rights are the right to be acknowledged as the author and to the integrity of the work. ...


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The licence tells you what you must do: Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. I highlighted the important point: they tell you what you must do, the how is up to you so ...


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