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AMATEUR LICENSING
LICENSING BODY
LICENSING BODIES
FLEXIBLE LICENSING
COPYLEFT
LICENSING LAWS
DUAL LICENSING
LICENSING REASONS
ASCENDER CORPORATION
LICENSING CONTRACTS
LICENSING ARRANGEMENTS
LICENSING OPPORTUNITIES
LICENSING REVENUE
LICENSING DIFFICULTIES
EE LICENSING TERMS
LICENSING SYSTEM
LICENSING AUTHORITY
SOURCE LICENSING
COMMERCIAL LICENSING
COMPULSORY LICENSING
LICENSING RESTRICTIONS
LICENSING DEAL
LICENSING REQUIREMENT
LICENSING REQUIREMENTS
LICENSING ISSUES
LICENSING TERMS
LICENSING FEE
LICENSING AGREEMENTS
LICENSING AGREEMENT
INTERNET
CONTROL
FORWARD
ENDORSEMENTS
PRODUCTION
ACQUISITIONS
COMPUTER
FORM
PROGRAM
MANAGER
PGP
NAME
SAMSUNG
HEALTH
COUNSELING
INFORMATION
OBTAINING
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Licensing"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Licensing is a major part of what open source and free software are all about, but it's still one of the most complicated areas of law. (Web site)
  2. Licensing is a great alternative to just releasing your work into the public domain or granting permissions on a case-by-case basis. (Web site)
  3. Licensing is still required to practice forensic engineering after the effective date of the amended act.
  4. Licensing is necessary in order to prevent interference between multiple broadcasters trying to use the same frequency band in an area. (Web site)
  5. Special licensing is required for a dentist to perform this type of sedation in their office. (Web site)

Amateur Licensing

  1. The most popular current use of Morse code is by amateur radio operators, although it is no longer a requirement for Amateur licensing in some countries.

Licensing Body

  1. The licensing body is being called a trust because one body - NASCAR Properties - will hold the rights and grant licenses on behalf of the teams.

Licensing Bodies

  1. Licensing bodies in a number of fields impose continuing education requirements on members who hold licenses to practice within a particular profession. (Web site)
  2. The Board also has the right to supervise agreements between users and licensing bodies and issues licences when the copyright owner cannot be located.

Flexible Licensing

  1. Excel Software is shipping QuickLicense 2.1 to manage secure, flexible licensing of Windows and Macintosh software. (Web site)

Copyleft

  1. I believe there exists a better alternative to DRM and technological methods of control, in the form of copyleft licensing.
  2. The MCPS are willing for their members to use copyleft licensing as long as they sign a waiver for royalty collection. (Web site)
  3. Stallman also laid down some new rules for the licensing of this software, based around that he calls "copyleft". (Web site)

Licensing Laws

  1. When licensing laws for psychologists in Georgia were enacted, his license was number 15.
  2. He backed licensing laws but only as a means of regulating or taxing public sale of alcohol, not as a means of checking individual acts of drinking. (Web site)

Dual Licensing

  1. And what I call the "wrapper GPL" type products, and "dual licensing". (Web site)
  2. Increasing Accessibility to Code, But Retaining Ownership: This role is enabled by dual licensing of software. (Web site)

Licensing Reasons

  1. These are often minibuses for practical, tax and driver licensing reasons, although they can also be full size buses. (Web site)

Ascender Corporation

  1. Ascender Corporation is a leading provider of advanced font products specializing in font design, development and licensing.
  2. ASCENDER CORPORATION is a leading provider of advanced font products specializing in type design, font development and licensing.
  3. The formation of Ascender Corporation, a new business specializing in font development, licensing and intellectual property protection was announced today. (Web site)

Licensing Contracts

  1. Licensing contracts with Microsoft ensures availability on request only, with a FreeDOS disk included.
  2. Check the Licensing Contracts: This especially holds true for software on Windows dedicated server boxes.

Licensing Arrangements

  1. This section describes MySQL support and licensing arrangements.

Licensing Opportunities

  1. If you are interested in starting your own Snuba business, check out " Licensing Opportunities." If you simply want to learn about Snuba click here.

Licensing Revenue

  1. That means Java ME licensing revenue is rapidly drying up.
  2. Teams were hurt by a 19% decline in Nascar licensing revenue. (Web site)

Licensing Difficulties

  1. The company adopted an informal internal standard called "Unencumbered PGP": "use no algorithm with licensing difficulties". (Web site)

Ee Licensing Terms

  1. TCK and brand licensing for the Java EE 6 Web Profile will be made available to Sun's Java EE licensees according to their Java EE licensing terms. (Web site)
  2. The Java EE 6 RI and CTS will be made available to Sun's Java EE licensees for such technology according to their Java EE licensing terms. (Web site)

Licensing System

  1. A licensing system is in place for electronic and book publishers to release material for the Savage Worlds game.
  2. Australia should also implement a registration or licensing system for alternative remittance agents or non-profit organizations.

Licensing Authority

  1. The licensing system consists of a licensing authority, which issues the license keys, and an application, which consumes them.

Source Licensing

  1. Of course, the rights granted by Open Source licensing are very significant merits, and in most cases Free Software would win - given a level playing field.
  2. Open source licensing only requires that the source code be made available.

Commercial Licensing

  1. An example of this latter is Logic Arts' VOSS (Virtual Object Storage System) available for VA Smalltalk under dual open source and commercial licensing. (Web site)

Compulsory Licensing

  1. The revisions dealt with changes to patent application filing, criteria for granting patents, protection of patent rights, and compulsory licensing. (Web site)
  2. The key benefit of compulsory licensing is that it creates competition for a pharmaceutical product while it is still covered by patent. (Web site)
  3. In cases where patents exist but are not worked, one may have to resort to compulsory licensing. (Web site)

Licensing Restrictions

  1. Joni Mitchell is explained as not appearing due to licensing restrictions in this collection, yet oddly, she appeared on the Troubadour series. (Web site)

Licensing Deal

  1. In 1999 Hot Wheels Racing signed a licensing deal with five Formula 1 teams to manufacture scale model Formula 1 cars.
  2. He said Paramount reached a licensing deal with Daewoo, and the US company has allocated no capital for the project.
  3. Microsoft: General Magic announced a major licensing deal with Microsoft in March 1998, including an investment by Microsoft.

Licensing Requirement

  1. What the Morse code licensing requirement does do, however, is to greatly reduce the number of applicants operating in the medium and high frequencies.

Licensing Requirements

  1. ODRL is a competing technology with XrML. ODRL has no licensing requirements and is meant in the spirit of open source.
  2. Check with the Alaska Fish and Game for licensing requirements and bait and limit restrictions. (Web site)
  3. A Designated Broker has completed all of the licensing requirements and classes required to be licensed as a real estate broker in Arizona.

Licensing Issues

  1. Licensing issues have prevented this version of the game from being included on the Activision Anthology collections, along with a handful of other titles.
  2. We provide legal advice on regulatory, intellectual property, interconnection, corporate and licensing issues.
  3. Previously, licensing issues have prevented Novell from releasing javac and javadoc, so developers had to write Java code on a development platform.

Licensing Terms

  1. In setting the licensing terms for research use of PCR, Roche found itself in a very different position from Stanford with respect to the Cohen-Boyer patent.
  2. The licensing terms were liberal.
  3. In addition, it's good to understand the licensing terms offered by independent software vendors (ISVs) for any software provided by those vendors.

Licensing Fee

  1. The license also allows licensees to alter the source code they share with others as well as to charge a licensing fee for their work if they choose. (Web site)
  2. Nor can a business legally use a consumer broadcast of any kind as background music, unless it pays a licensing fee. (Web site)
  3. Harmonix faced difficulty in making the Xbox 360 guitar wireless, as developers are charged a licensing fee to use Microsoft's wireless technology. (Web site)

Licensing Agreements

  1. The funds could be distributed to artists and copyright holders through licensing agreements with studios and labels or through a compulsory license. (Web site)
  2. Lonestar has sued other companies over the same patent and won licensing agreements with Texas Instruments Inc., Broadcom Corp.
  3. During the late 1980s, despite Galeotti's death (1985), Armani continued to expand commercial horizons and licensing agreements.

Licensing Agreement

  1. In late 1999, FASA granted Living Room Games a licensing agreement to produce new material for the game. (Web site)
  2. It is also against the licensing agreement (per section e, subsection iv) to create a new subclass in the javax.* package hierarchy. (Web site)
  3. The most efficient way to secure a licensing agreement is to hire a licensing agent with expertise in the field of your invention.

Internet

  1. In addition, he handles employment issues involving the Internet and electronic communications, and practices in the areas of computer law and licensing.

Control

  1. As Armani moved to control its own manufacturing and licensing, GFT and HDI countered by buying another leading design house, Joseph Abboud, for $65 million.
  2. The Aquatic Weed Program oversees the licensing and training of aquatic pesticide applicators in Montana for the control of aquatic weeds.
  3. In the U.S., the control and licensing of alcohol distribution is performed at the state level.

Forward

  1. Dr Roger Harrison, Director of Licensing & Transactions of BTG, said: "We are delighted that DRAXIMAGE is taking forward this imaging innovation.

Endorsements

  1. The team oversees marketing and other business opportunities for the brand including endorsements, licensing and speaking engagements. (Web site)
  2. Our earnings estimates include salaries, endorsements and the drivers' share of track winnings and licensing income. (Web site)

Production

  1. Hal Leonard Australia (who own the rights to 'Trouble in Tahiti') are being less than helpful with the licensing for the production.

Acquisitions

  1. He also performs patent due diligence to assess patent portfolios for venture capital investment, mergers and acquisitions, and licensing opportunities. (Web site)

Computer

  1. Steve Wozniak originally designed the Apple I computer while working at HP, but they turned down his offer of licensing the design to HP.

Form

  1. Copyleft is a form of licensing by which the copyright owner may waive their rights and allow other people to share and make further amendments to the work.
  2. The licensing of patent rights to other parties can take the form of voluntary licensing or compulsory licensing.
  3. While new parties might form, the KDP and PUK can control their licensing through the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

Program

  1. Shared source is a type of licensing program that allows controlled access to full or limited amounts of product source code.
  2. The phrase "closed source" is ambiguous because it implies licensing where the source code to a program is unavailable.
  3. Closed source is a term invented as an antonym for open source and used to refer to any program whose licensing terms do not qualify as open source.

Manager

  1. Mark Wierzbicki, IT Manager at Southampton FC, says, “Licensing can be very complex and seems to change on a daily basis.
  2. Consequently,His manager at the time Larry Dorr negotiated a licensing deal with Bobby Colomby for rights to tour using the band's name.

Pgp

  1. It appears certain that there will be future releases of PGP, regardless of the outcome of licensing problems with Public Key Partners. (Web site)

Name

  1. Rather than pay the licensing fee, the island decided to change its name.
  2. A string of Crazy Frog merchandise was released in the UK [13], under the name "The Annoying Thing" due to copyright and licensing restrictions.
  3. A licensing deal between Netscape and Sun at the last minute let Netscape plug the "Java" name into the name of its scripting language.

Samsung

  1. Complicating price matters, a merchant foundry who holds an ARM license (such as Samsung and Fujitsu) can offer reduced licensing costs to its fab customers.

Health

  1. Licensing that preserves freedom is essential to the health and success of peer-directed projects. (Web site)

Counseling

  1. In that capacity, responsible for oversight of prosecution, licensing, due diligence and general IP counseling. (Web site)

Information

  1. Chiang Mai-Lanna - VTCM - Details on the airport and its facilities, plus links to weather and licensing information. (Web site)
  2. The company makes its information and a variety of analysis tools available via online subscriptions and licensing agreements to a large user base. (Web site)
  3. The licensing authority assembles all this information, signs it using the private key, and outputs a license string.

Obtaining

  1. Evaluating patentability, obtaining a patent, and licensing the same involves a team project.

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