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#ActualAshaman73

Posted 01 October 2012 - 05:07 AM

Just put a copyright notice, and mark it as freeware with the standard disclaimer of liability.

Well.. this could be dangerous, but it depends on where you live and where you want to distribute your software. I.e. in germany you can't just make a blanket disclaimer of liability, in germany you are always reliable for certain events, therefore a blanket disclaimer could make your license (partly) effectless, when it just has one invalid clause.

Therefore ask a lawyer.

#2Ashaman73

Posted 01 October 2012 - 05:06 AM

Just put a copyright notice, and mark it as freeware with the standard disclaimer of liability.

Well.. this could be dangerous, but it depends on where you live and where you want to distribute your software. I.e. in germany you can't just make a blanket disclaimer of liability, in germany you are always reliable for certain events, therefore a blanket disclaimer could make your license (partly) effectless, when it just have one invalid clause.

#1Ashaman73

Posted 01 October 2012 - 05:05 AM

Just put a copyright notice, and mark it as freeware with the standard disclaimer of liability.

Well.. this could be dangerous, but it depends on where you live and where you want to distribute your software. I.e. in germany you can't just make a blanket disclaimer of liability, in germany you are alwaysreliable for certain events, therefore a blanket disclaimer could get make your license (partly) effectless when it just have one invalid clause.

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