Chrissie Scelsi: Ps and Qs of Intellectual Property, Privacy Policies, and Open Source Licenses

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October 17, 2014

Copyrights, trademarks, privacy policies and open source licenses, oh my! From copyright and trademark concerns to determining how to comply with the range of open source licenses software publishers use today, the number of issues that a web developer can face in trying to determine how to comply with it all can become daunting. This session will present best practices to avoid some of the common pitfalls, and how to make the process a bit less painful in the future.

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WordCamp Tampa 2014 8

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Chrissie Scelsi 4

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English 7834

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