Un peu en lien avec ▻https://macwright.org/2020/06/21/ethics-in-geo.html qui mentionne ►https://firstdonoharm.dev déjà cité ici ▻https://seenthis.net/messages/843081
Ethos licensing is a way of using the power of copyright to do more than just protect your rights or give them away: it’s the idea that you could prevent human rights abusers from using your work via legal means.
It probably won’t work, at least how you would hope. We’re in the age of legal realism, in which power and money matters more than the letter of the law. And you probably shouldn’t call it ‘open source’ because the OSI, the organization that controls the term (somehow?) says that ethos licensing isn’t open source. But using an exotic license would work in the case of large companies which have explicit lists of allowed & banned licenses, like Google.