The intellectual property of the software has been compromised


Many organisations are under the impression that they own the intellectual property (IP) of the software. Often, this is not the case. Their software developers inadvertently and unintentionally give it away by using free bits of software to help them work faster. But the license agreement of the free software may state that a system using it must itself also be available free of charge, with a comparable open source licence.

YieldDD provides insight in to which extent 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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