Copyright and Licenses
By, Nicole Perez
Public Domain is a piece of work that is not protected by the copyright law. A piece of work might not have a copyright license because it could be expired or it was donated.
Freeware is software that you can use for free without a fee like iTunes, Safari, Firefox and Google Chrome.
Shareware is software that can be shared for free for a limited amount of time. An example of Shareware would be the 1 month free trial you get when you sign up for Netflex.
All Rights Reserved:
A software that can be shared only if the client agree to the agreements and licenses terms. An example of this would be iTunes.
Open Source is software that includes the license code so people can improve it like when people add add ons to Google Chrome.