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If a person writes a software program and shares it with others through the internet with the comment that it may not be used for commercial purposes or for sale, but the software program IS NOT protected by a copyright, can another person register a copyright on the unique software program? If yes, does this prevent the person that created the program from sharing the program through the internet and any other media?