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* '''The freedom to distribute derivative works:''' In order to give everyone the ability to improve upon a work, the license must not limit the freedom to distribute a modified version (or, for physical works, a work somehow derived from the original),  regardless of the intent and purpose of such modifications. However, some restrictions may be applied to protect these essential freedoms or the attribution of authors (see below).
 
* '''The freedom to distribute derivative works:''' In order to give everyone the ability to improve upon a work, the license must not limit the freedom to distribute a modified version (or, for physical works, a work somehow derived from the original),  regardless of the intent and purpose of such modifications. However, some restrictions may be applied to protect these essential freedoms or the attribution of authors (see below).
  
=== Megengedhető korlátozások ===
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Good point. I hadn't thouhgt about it quite that way. :)
 
 
A felhasználás és terjesztés egyes korlátozásai nem csorbítják az alapvető szabadságokat. Ilyen például a szerző megnevezése, a szimmetrikus kollaboráció („copyleft”), és az alapvető szabadságok védelmét szolgáló korlátozások. Ezek [[permissible restrictions|megengedhető korlátozások]]nak számítanak.
 
  
 
== Defining Free Cultural Works ==
 
== Defining Free Cultural Works ==

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