I did notice this some time back but seem to have forgotten about it again. Now I stumbled over it again and since I should actually be doing something else I'll procrastinate and write about it shortly.
It seems that blog posts display a different license for visitors and members. I don't think this is on purpose. I really believe it is a bug - and it needs to be fixed.
My documents (pictures, texts, videos [none yet], ...) are generally licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution + non Commercial license to allow other people to play with the things I have created creatively and freely.
I have set this as my default license in the preferences.
It does get applied to my pictures and is properly displayed regardless whether I am signed in as a member or have a look as a visitor.
It is not displayed properly for blog posts, though, when reading them unauthenticated. In this case the posts are presented as being licensed under Creative Commons Attribution + No Derivs.
This is very unfortunate and not correct.
Does anyone else notice the same? Is this only the case with the CC BY-NC license and only for blog posts or does this also happen with other license models and other media types?
I would be glad about feedback and a correction of this problem.