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Is it possible to make notebook read-only without using OS file read only setting?

You can set the Saveable property to False. Use Format -> Option Inspector, set the Scope to Selected Notebook, search for ...
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Locking cell groups

You can set the status flag of the CellGroupData of your cells to Dynamic[False, None]. This ...
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How to get a peek at the source code for demonstrations if there is no source code provided

One method that I think works is to highlight the demonstration, copy it to a new Mathematica notebook, and then click "Convert to Input Form" on the cell.
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Why InitializationCellWarning is False and still I get warnings?

You could simply do SetOptions[$FrontEndSession, {InitializationCellEvaluation -> True, InitializationCellWarning -> False}]; Now Initialization ...
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How to get a peek at the source code for demonstrations if there is no source code provided

In the very end of the CDF document there find a button "Download source code". By clicking that you will have a Mathematica 11.2 notebook with the source code.
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