By Sydney Nadler
The 5 types of licences
-Public Domain: Isn’t protected by copyright law. Copyright has expired, the work was created using public money.
Ex: Shakespeare and Beethoven
-Freeware: Copyright work that you can use, copy, or give away for free.
Ex: Adobe Reader
-Shareware: Copyrighted work that is similar to freeware, First it is free but later on you must pay for full use or upgrades.
-All Rights Reserved: May be used by the purchaser according to the exact details spelled out in the license agreement.
Ex: Google chrome
-Open Source: Software that includes the source code with the idea that someone can approve upon it.
Ex: Fire fox