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Open Hardware Association releases first writeup about legal issues

Monday, December 16th, 2013

Open Hardware Association releases first Writeup about legal issues: This blog post provides information from the legal discussions surrounding open source hardware in an open hardware legal meetup event hosted at NYU by Jason Schultz, founder of Defensive Patent License, November 11, 2013. OSHWA was very grateful to be part...

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How to choose an open source hardware license

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

Makers in the open source hardware community are usually more preoccupied with tech details, with licensing considerations being an afterthought. This can lead to unintended consequences resulting from releasing a design under what proves to be either too permissive or restrictive. Simone Cicero tries to clear up confusion over characteristics...

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