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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Companies will get away with copying open source code as easily as they get away with copying closed source code. As long as they are not successful in their business endeavour, it is far more likely that their copying will pass unnoticed. However, the more successful they become, the more likely it is that their product will be noticed by someone able to detect a similarity and call for careful scrutiny.

    That is a pretty strong reason to not copy in the first place. Copying can be seen to be a case of "