On 4/9/2010 2:29 PM, RJack wrote:
The GPL is preempted under U.S. copyright law

The GPL functions properly under US copyright law.
The preemption of state laws equivalent to copyright
is irrelevant to the GPL.

as well as being unenforceable under the common law of

The GPL is not enforceable because it is a voluntary
license which need not be accepted. However, absent
its acceptance, there is no permission to copy and
distribute covered works, and anyone who does so is
infringing copyright.
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