Israel’s Information and Communications Technology Authority Bows to Pressure to Comply with Affero GPL

Under pressure from open source advocates, the Israeli Information and Communications Technology Authority recently shared its first open source software, extensions made by the ICT Authority to the CKAN data portal platform to help make the platform usable in Hebrew.  The case did not involve formal enforcement of AGPL, but resulted in a code release.

For more details, see the Momentum post.

Author: heatherjmeeker

Technology licensing lawyer, drummer, dancer

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