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Problem

Blender is a free application for creating 3D computer graphics and animations.
Here's an example of a modeling project:
Screenshot of Blender
Blender is released under the GNU General Public License, an open source license. Here is their website's description of that license:
This license grants people a number of freedoms:
You are free to use Blender, for any purpose
You are free to distribute Blender
You can study how Blender works and change it
You can distribute changed versions of Blender
The GPL strictly aims at protecting these freedoms, requiring everyone to share their modifications when they also share the software in public.
What is an implication of Blender's open source license?
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