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What is GPL?

Definition and meaning of GPL:

GNU General Public Licence (GPL) is an open-source license for the software. It lets you modify and redistribute the source code without asking for permission or needing to pay. Of course, as long as you do so under the same license.

GPL’s primary goal is to ensure that software remains free and open for everyone. Linux OS and WordPress CMS are popular software that use GPL.


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