In France, the law about copyright makes really clear that everything you do during the time spent in a company and for tasks that are described in your contract belongs to the company.
No matter the nice GPL forewords you may write at the top of your file. As long as you're hired to write programs, all the programs you write during your work hours aren't yours.
in reply to Re: GPL/artistic licence issues
in thread Non-Disclosure Legal Fun w/ my ex-Employer
I agree, but
As the product I wrote for the company use and modify the LWP which is GPL'ed -> this product is GPL'ed (even if owned by my company).
So I should be allowed (at least) to modify and sell it ?(I should be granted an acess to the source and a right to modify)
In this case how could I be sued for copy ?
Or did I miss something ?