@thegibson @dude @moonman @mangeurdenuage @mewmew @lnxw48a1 @lnxw37a2
What admins can do:
1) explain to people that a CC (or any other "open") license" is necessary for federation-based interaction to even work;
2) explain that even when federated the post keeps its orginal license specification under which it was posted;
2) think about changing the license of their own instance to one that excludes 3rd party economical reuse.
Quitterwas the only instance that used a license that prohibted such economical reuse of content by third parties. Which was the main reason I stayed on their instance for so long.
Of course, license change will not apply restrospectively, for posts already sent. But if an instance (or many instances) chooses to change its (their) license towards one excluding 3rd party economical re-use, that might even soothe outraged posters who are fretting about their copyright being infringed.