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RskJ is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0, also included in our repository in the COPYING.LESSER file.
RskJ has been developed with the intention to foster the progress of society. By using RskJ, you make a pledge not to use it to incur in:
- Any kind of illegal or criminal act, activity or business;
- Any kind of act, activity or business that requires any kind of governmental authorization or license to legally occur or exist, without previously obtaining such authorization or license;
- Any kind of act, activity or business that is expected to infringe upon intellectual property rights belonging to other people;
- Any kind of act, activity or business involving dangerous or controlled goods or substances, including stolen goods, firearms, radioactive materials or drugs. Something will be considered illegal, criminal, or requiring any kind of governmental authorization or license, when either the laws or regulations of the country in which you reside, or the laws or regulations of the country from which you use RskJ, consider it illegal, criminal, or requiring any kind of governmental authorization or license.