@libreleah This "concern" is nothing new, see https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.html#VersionThreeOrLater
"But if the new GPL version has a tighter requirement, it will not restrict use of the current version of the program, because it can still be used under GPL version 3. When a program says “Version 3 of the GPL or any later version”, users will always be permitted to use it, and even change it, according to the terms of GPL version 3—even after later versions of the GPL are available."
AC's article is missing actual examples
This service is offered by alarig.
Beer, privacy and free software lovers. Join us!