GNU Public License
The license under which the WordPress software is released is the GPLv2 (or later) from the Free Software Foundation. A copy of the license is included with every copy of WordPress, but you can also read the text of the license here.
Part of this license outlines requirements for derivative works, such as plugins or themes. Derivatives of WordPress code inherit the GPL license. Drupal, which has the same GPL license as WordPress, has an excellent page on licensing as it applies to themes and modules (their word for plugins).
There is some legal grey area regarding what is considered a derivative work, but we feel strongly that plugins and themes are derivative work and thus inherit the GPL license. If you disagree, you might want to consider a non-GPL platform such as Serendipity (BSD license) instead.
SOURCE – WordPress.org
Are the files and downloads legal?
Yes, all themes, plugins, add-ons, and WooCommerce extensions that are distributed by our repository are 100% open-source with the GNU GPL.
Are these genuine products
Yes, all of our products are 100%authentic. If we feature a product on our website, then we have an active subscription to that product’s author(s). We download from the product from them and redistribute to you. These downloads are not altered in any way.
Are you the developer of these files
freewpitems.com is not associated, affiliated, endorsed by, nor is in any way related to third-party developers, including WordPress, Elementor, WooCommerce, Automatic, Elegant Themes, iThemes, Brainstorm Force, AppThemes, etc.
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