According to Berne convention no one can copy / reproduce materials unless an author granted permissions.
I thought that "open" licenses open copying / composition / distribution among compatible licenses relying on copiright law.
But some EULAs talk not only about copying but restrict when, where I can run / debug / study software. It is not about copyright.
Please help me to understand why any should not only discuss copying but also usage?
Should FOSS licenses explicitly allow to compile code and run executables?
International law seems doesn't define what is software and how it can be used. We understand that we can read book or listen to the music recording. Why we need to state that an application can be launched?