If there's one thing that's cle<r from this discussion, it's this:
If free software-folks stopped nitpicking and complaining about minor
licensing-issues and related topics, free software would utterly dominate
the world by now.
But no, what happens is that time and energy gets wasted on pointless
arguments. Software gets forked and unforked, resources get wasted and
developers have to waste their time listening to users who whine "But I
don't want to invest 10 seconds of my life to changing that setting, I want
you do to it for me!".
And there's one thing that amazes me: Basically this discussion has been
about "I should be able to do whatever I please with the content,
regardless of the wishes of the creator!". Now, assume the person saying
that comment was Steve Ballmer, and the content he was referring to, was
GPL'ed software, everyone would be up in arms. But now that it's US who is
making that claim, everything is apparently a-OK....