Dont you get it? Unfair license policies is just the step before you get raped. Just say no.
Yeah sure. What an armchair gang ...
Software Freedom is the goal.
Copyleft is an effective means towards the goal, but it is not the only means, and it is not exclusive as a solution.
And I'm fairly sure the current parade of developers abandoning their GNU projects - due to being treated shoddily by the FSF - would have things to say about losing control of their projects to hostile forces (e.g. gnutls)
Nobody has to sign away their rights. Everyone makes contributions to Free Software with their eyes wide open as to the licensing and copyright requirements and implications.And as a deb dev you also know the debate and position of the many devs who refuse to assign away their rights.
It's funny how so many in the FOSS community shun Mono, Qt and other technologies but do not have viable alternatives. If Q and Mono were to disappear today, what would we have available? GTK? EFL? Java, the million other half complete projects?