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The Free Software Foundation acts on GPL violations reported on FSF-copyrighted code. Thus, <strong>if</strong> the program includes code that is copyright Free Software Foundation, please send your report to <a href="mailto:license-violation@gnu.org">&lt;license-violation@gnu.org&gt;</a>. 
 
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It's important that we be able to write back to you to get more information about the violation and the product. Thus, if you use an anonymous remailer, please provide a return path of some sort. If you'd like to encrypt your correspondence, just send a brief mail saying so, and we'll make appropriate arrangements. Because the FSF endorsed <a href="https://www.fsf.org/licensing/enforcement-principles">the Principles of Community-Oriented GPL Enforcement</a>, you can rest assured that your report will not lead to punishing anyone for an innocent mistake who is willing to correct it. 
 
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Our colleagues at the Software Freedom Conservancy do GPL enforcement for many free programs, through their own copyrights and with coalitions of copyright holders in those programs. The programs include Linux, Git, Samba, QEMU, and others. If you encounter a GPL violation on those programs, we suggest you visit <a href="https://sfconservancy.org/copyleft-compliance/"> the Conservancy's copyleft compliance page</a> for the up-to-date list of programs it handles, and how to report violations.