In addition to entirely avoiding AGPL and similarly-licensed software, you need to carefully consider how your choice of which licenses to accept and which to reject will affect your ability to evolve your business model in the future. For example, if you ever distribute your software to a customer (ie, an on-premises business model) then all of the ...
You propose to write software to be offered to others as SaaS on a commercial (and, presumably, proprietary) basis. This software will not be entirely created de novo; you wish to use pre-existing freely-licensed software in the creation of your offering, and you have some questions.
What other types of licenses can I use in addition?
All free software ...
Can you do this? Yes
Will they abide by it? Quite possibly not
Is it still worth doing? Maybe
As someone who cares about a fair and just society, it's important to remember than a license is one of many tools in your tool box, so you need to ask:
a) How will this tool serve my goals?
b) What other tools would be better used and ...
No you cannot.
Copyright does not regulate use of information
Criminals and state actors operate under different rules.
There are different kinds of “IP”. Copyright is well-known, but does not cover ideas or methods. Copyright is more about protecting creative expression. Thus, copyright protects your paper as a literary work, but not any methods or ...
You could modify any license to add your personal exception; of course in license like GPL or BSD you would not be compatible with the original license but that is not an issue for you.
In general i saw license against ALL military use, see https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/199055/open-source-licenses-that-explicitly-prohibit-military-...