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  1. For a full description of the considerations that went into the decision to release Navigator as an open source project and the development of the Netscape Public License and the Mozilla Public License, see Freeing the Source: The Story of Mozilla in Open Sources: Voices From the Open Source Revolution, p. 197 and following. (O’Reilly, 1999).

  2. May 27, 2016 · The Mozilla Public License 1.1 (MPL 1.1) Used by Mozilla and Firefox, among others. The patent clauses are not acceptable to some. Provides copyright protection: True Can be used in commercial applications: True Bug fixes / extensions must be released to the public domain: True Provides an explicit patent license: True

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  4. Answer (1 of 2): The answer is, unfortunately, "it depends" :) and any answer I would give would be covered by all kinds of IANAL (I am not a lawyer) caveats. The good thing is that Mozilla has a licensing team that is very approachable for any questions or comments.

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    The GNU General Public License (GPL) is a clever piece of legal judo: it says that the code may be copied and modified without restriction, and that both copies and derivative works (i.e., modified versions) must be distributed under the same license as the original, with no additional restrictions.