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August 1, 2005

IP Search Software Helps Guard Against Open Source Infringement

Internetnews.com writes today of a partnership between Black Duck Software, a company which markets an IP compliance product, and open source software repository SourceForge.  Under the new arrangement, users can check their products against Black Duck's protexIP system to ensure they haven't unknowingly incorporated SourceForge-hosted open source software without the appropriate license provisions.  Fascinating combination of technology and IP law.

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