Who here is standing on their GNU-GPL freedoms and no longer allowing developers to commit fraud against them?

barik

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Now that the cat has really been out of the bag for some time now... Who here is standing on their GNU-GPL freedoms with GNU GPL themes, plugins, and other scripts and sharing these scripts including the activation keys that developers are attempting to use in order to circumvent the license? Nowhere in the license does it support developers locking up code with activations keys, etc. and robbing, telling, and lying to their customers and people that they can only use the scripts on '1 site', 3 sites, '10 sites' or other small number of sites, when anyone and everyone is legally allowed to use any GNU-GPL covered software on an unlimited amount of sites. These developers' criminal actions are completely contrary to the GNU-GPL license terms with which these criminal developers agreed to legally comply.