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Am 08.01.11 14:23, schrieb Fabián Rodríguez:
Apple won't likely block the app until the FSF or its author (as
happened with VLC) demands that they comply with the licenses. If/when
that happens is another story.

Concerning VCL: "...Rémi Denis-Courmont waged a one-man campaign against
Applidium's iOS port of VLC, claiming the app violated the GNU public
license (GPL) because App Store purchases have Digital Rights Management
(DRM) applied to them." [1]

I do not know if this applies to AppStore for normal Applications (not
iOS)  as well - the point her was iOS' DRM system for purchases.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Uwe Altmann - auch auf dem Mac!

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