Mozilla has released a beta version of the MPL 2.0, the first update to its open source license in more than a decade. Mozilla chief lizard wrangler Mitchell Baker calls this a "feature complete" beta, saying it "addresses all major known issues". The license is shorter and simpler than the aging MPL 1.1. The beta draft drops …
Most of the code is triple licenced anyway
The source code says the licencing at the top in a comment block and most will say MPL 1.1/GPL 2.0/LGPL 2.1 which means you can choose which if any licence you wish to use for derived works.
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