Well, thank you for clarifying your position here!
I have been sensing this in this forum and I need to be honest, I am probably more of GNU/FSF camp
Having said that, from my recent interactions with various worker cooperative folks, such differences might be simply due to our personal experience, but I think we all do what we know is the right thing to do.
For me, for example, what is important is Anarchy - no ruler. It might be due to the fact I have experienced repulsive (by my standard ) paternalistic behaviors I have encountered in my life in Japan:sweat_smile:
So for me, telling others what to think or what is moral is a bit odd, or doesn’t feel right.
But then again, FSF itself bases its argument in free software being moral…
So I cannot come to any conclusion but my basic position is people know what is best for them and just let them do as they wish