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Some time ago a rather large US entertainment company bought a few licenses for my HTML5 Game Engine Impact. They used it for internal prototyping and, as they told me, were quite happy with it. A few month later I got an email from the company's legal department. They asked me to sign an amendment to the Impact Software license agreement with three additional terms. I assume they wanted to publish a game they made with Impact. The first term sta...
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Looks like fairly standard stuff for software incorporation licencing these days. Just buy IP insurance and take sensible precautions.