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So, I recently asked this question on Stack Overflow and got a closed question and a downvote without comments, even though I asked where should I then ask this question. So, I'm asking here - where should I post such a question? I'm no low rep user and have a decent understanding but was just wondering about this particular subject, and was wondering to hear the thoughts of Stack Exchange people as I have quite a high oppinion of the answers here. I looked at but am biased to post the question there and get another downvote, so can you please suggest?

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marked as duplicate by gnat, Shokhet, James, CRABOLO, Werner Aug 6 '15 at 0:15

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Software licensing is on topic on Programmers, but the way I read it your question seems like a legal one. – Yannis Feb 15 '13 at 9:14
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Legal questions are off-topic on stackoverflow, as they require, well, lawyers. If you really need legal advice, you really need a lawyer.

Further, most of your question (by word count) is even more off-topic musing about the ethics of a game-cheating app.

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there is a proposal for a Q&A site at Area51: Open Source Licensing

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thx. posted my example question. – Nikola Aug 20 '13 at 21:38

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