All non-source-code and/or source-code public content licenses I have came across are free or open source (FOSS) which reduces the effect of "copyright" to minimum (although not vanish copyright);
Examples for such public content licenses are:
- Public domain licenses (FOSS)
- Creative Commons licenses (possibly FOSS)
- GNU General Public License (FOSS)
While I know that there are private content licenses which are not FOSS, I wonder what about public ones;
Do public content licenses which are not FOSS (which increases the effect of "copyright" to maximum) exist?