GPLv3 discussion draft 3 is out

Ciaran O'Riordan ciaran at
Fri Mar 30 14:38:56 UTC 2007

Ciaran O'Riordan <ciaran at> writes:
> Your access can only be blocked *if* you modify in a way that harms their
> network.

Mobile phones are a better example than Tivo for this.

GPLv3 says that it is ok if phone manufacturers want to make the device cut
off network access when modified versions of the software try to broadcast
or listen to forbidden wavelengths.

For more on the general topic of phones and free software, see:

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