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URL = https://github.com/raisely/NoHarm [https://github.com/raisely/NoHarm/blob/master/LICENSE.md view]
 
URL = https://github.com/raisely/NoHarm [https://github.com/raisely/NoHarm/blob/master/LICENSE.md view]
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Also called the [[Hippocratic License]]
   
   
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* abuse of human rights,
 
* abuse of human rights,
 
* the destruction of people’s physical and mental health "
 
* the destruction of people’s physical and mental health "
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Klint Finley:
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"Earlier this year dozens of software projects adopted the "[https://www.wired.com/story/how-github-helping-overworked-chinese-programmers/?intcid=inline_amp Anti-996 License]," which requires users to comply with both local and international labor standards, in response to reports of grueling working conditions at Chinese technology companies. Ehmke believes that the backlash against ICE, which extends beyond the technology community, might be a tipping point.
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Others point to the possibility of establishing a new term for code that is open for most uses but restricted for others. "Maybe we stop calling it 'open source' and start calling it 'open for good source,'" tweeted Vargo, the programmer who deleted code to protest ICE, last month. The term "open source" was adopted in the late 1990s as an alternative to "free software," which was tied to more ideological aims. As developers become more ideological, it would be only fitting for yet another term to emerge."
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(https://www.wired.com/story/open-source-license-requires-users-do-no-harm/amp)
   
   

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