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+ - The new 501(c)(3) and the future of open source in the United States ->

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An anonymous reader writes "If you're involved in the free and open-source software movement — especially in the United States — you may want to read through this, as long as it may seem. It appears that the United States' Internal Revenue Service has strongly shifted its views of free and open-source software, and to the detriment of the movement, in my opinion."
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The new 501(c)(3) and the future of open source in the United States

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