OK, so we all know wordpress is free and that's freedom of speech not free beer... but when it comes to really studying the license I don't feel it makes any black and white sense. For example... I demand that you send me the source code for this site... I am a paid member. Just zip it up and send it over. Now lets say I create a wordpress based website with various plugins in it and provide it to a client... do I HAVE to give them the source code? What if there is branding inside a plugin that is just spammy and horrid... can I remove it? What if I host the site and maintain it for the client on my server... is it now my site? Does that mean I don't have to disclose the source? What if they are using the site as an "editor" and it is promoting THEIR business? Whose site is it? And what about hacking... hiding certain aspects of the installation or plugins used... is that anti freedom or good sense? What if I charge a membership fee and in return give access to a site... do I have to give the source and declare every Tom, Dick and Harry that ever wrote a line of code? And what if I charge for other services and to fulfil those services I provide a website or platform that is built from GPLv2 code? I am confused... it feels like free actually means.. free to do what you are told... it is perhaps a one sided freedom. Freedom would really mean choice... and I don't see many choices only statements that twist and turn. Thanks for your help!