The intellectual property of the software has been compromised


Many organizations are under the impression that they fully own the Intellectual Property (IP) of their software. This is often not the case. Their software developers inadvertently give away intellectual property (IP) by using free software modules that help them work faster. However, the license agreement may state that any system in which the free software is used must itself also be made available free of charge, with a comparable open source license.

YieldDD clarifies the extent to which the IP of a system has been compromised.

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The intellectual property of the software has been compromised

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