I'm working on various wrappers for web APIs, these wrappers are released under the Apache-2.0 license. For unit tests, I'm running an embedded web server which serves mock responses. The responses served during unit tests were acquired by manually querying the API and saving the JSON response to a file.
This means I'll have
.json files in my repository that are actual responses from production APIs. In most cases, this doesn't matter as it contains arbitrary data, and so is in no falls under original or copyrightable content. However, there are examples like the YouTube Data API, which includes the video title and description, which are ultimately under the content creator's copyright.
I'm unsure if it's necessary, but I'd like to avoid including the API responses under the license of the project itself. Otherwise, I'd essentially be redistributing content I don't hold copyright of under Apache-2.0.
Is it a good idea to take measures to exclude these files from the license of my project?