I've been thinking about this a bit. Maybe someone more versed in libre theory can parse this out and clarify any misunderstandings.
I think we can all agree that intellectual property is bullshit. But living under capitalism we abide by some of its conventions out of sheer practicality. For example, radical bookstores have to pay rent and sell commodities in order to spread radical community and ideas. In this light maybe it would be more strategic for us to implement Non-Commercial licenses to prevent the hard work of anti-capitalists from being recuperated. This might avoid situations such Google building it's proprietary Android on top of previously open-sourced Linux.