Open source software licenses increasingly are becoming common, but they still are subject to license agreements even if the price is free. And not all open source is really open source.

That’s one of the messages in a HIMSS15 session, “Addressing Risks and Avoiding Crisis from the Trenches,” on April 13 at 11:30 a.m. in Room W194. James Wieland, a principal at the Ober|Kaler law firm, will discuss the nuances of open source licensure.

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