Copyleft

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Copyright

Copyright law gives certain exclusive rights to the author of a work, including the rights to copy, modify and distribute the work.

CopyLeft

The idea of "copyleft" is to willfully revoke the exclusivity of those rights under certain terms and conditions, so that anyone can copy and distribute the work or properly attributed derivative works, while all copies remain under the same terms and conditions as the original.

The data in this database project has been provided by multiple authors and contributors. All contributions are copyleft.

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