Without the 1st and 2nd Amendment, all of the other amendments don’t matter.
Unless otherwise noted, most work on my website and this blog is now licensed with a Peer Production, P2P Attribution-ConditionalNonCommercial-ShareAlikeLicense.
This is an intranational license that is basically a fork of the Creative Commons NC-SA. What it does is free up peer contributors to the commons, so they can use the work commercially.
P2P collectives, employee owned orgs, non-profits, etc., are fine to use the work for commercial purposes, so long as there is attibution and the license is shared alike.
If it’s a privately owned for-profit business or corporation, then commercial license is not given unless terms are agreed to.
Individuals cannot resell, but are free to share and remix non-commercially as before.
I view this as an improvement over the CC NC-BY-SA, which is too limiting in scope and leaves fellow peer producers at a disadvantage.
For a tl;dr primer of the license or the full text, please follow the link above.
Wouldn’t it be cool if unwanted Apple and MS machines figured out how to make their own distributed AI, and then outcompete their parent companies?