‘Free’, ‘open’ or ‘creative commons’ (sometimes called ‘copyleft’) licenses are used for reports, software, books, journals, recordings, magazine articles and much more.

It is remarkable how little concern there is about downstream exploitation by ‘Big Tech’, ‘Big Pharma’ (or any ‘Big Co’ for that matter).

If you want to improve your chances of escaping the cold iron fist of big capital you can apply work to the LCPL with a designation, like this:

★ Left Copy

<a style="color:red; font-weight:bold; text-decoration:none; text-transform:uppercase" title="Left Copy" href="https://leftcopy.org" 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="https://leftcopy.org/wp-content/themes/leftcopy/icon-32x32.png" alt="LC" width="32" height="32" />&nbsp;<a title="Left Copy" href="https://leftcopy.org" target="_blank">Left Copy</a></span>

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