Researchers, scientists, educators, engineers, writers, artists and freelancers have been eschewing strict copyright in favour ‘free’, ‘open’ or ‘creative commons’ (sometimes called ‘Copyleft’) licenses for years already.

This is remarkable given downstream protection from exploitation by ‘Big Tech’, ‘Big Pharma’ (or any ‘Big Co’) is almost non-existent.

The Left Copy Public License (LCPL) can be applied to work like this:

★ Left Copy

<a style="color:red; font-weight:bold; text-decoration:none; text-transform:uppercase" title="Left Copy" href="" target="_blank">★ Left Copy</a>

Or, like this:

LC Left Copy

<span style="color:red; display: inline-flex; align-items: center; font-weight: bold; text-transform: uppercase;"><img src="" alt="LC" width="32" height="32" />&nbsp;<a title="Left Copy" href="" target="_blank">Left Copy</a></span>