I don't know. Muddy waters of licencing are not my favourite area...
I learned the hard way that if someone is _pretending_ to use open standards I should just stay away.
I was contributing geolocation data (wifi, mobile cells + gps data) for a long time to a company (I'll call them "A") that worked in exactly the same way as bSDD. They promised free access to the data and they had a nice web API. The software for data collection was with GPL licence, but the data collected were under some other licence (I never checked that!).
Some day Mozilla Foundation decided to start providing geolocation based on wifi+mobile to devices that don't have gps, so I decided to ask the "A" company how can I get the data that I contributed to donate it to Mozilla. And then the hell broke loose. Export option from the collection software was exporting only tiny part of the data that I collected and the web API was allowing to show "my" data in a nice way, but with something like 100 positions in one go, without any export options. After some days of trying get "my" data back I gave up and I realised that company "A" just used me in a very smart way.
That's from EULA of the company "A": "RESTRICTIONS. You may not rent, lease, sublicense, transfer, distribute, telecommunicate, copy, or sell the Data in its entirety or in any part for any commercial consideration, gain, or benefit."