I don't expect them to have any insight of this at all, well at least no "instant front line" defences. A game on the other hand has to be very well made if one manages to make that kind of money on it. If one does manages to make money, you'll probably be intimate with the "numerous keyboards smashed with my head" happenings during development. Couple of cracked screens here and there. What does that say about the work that was put into C2? Then giving it to the public? Affordable, easy (yet powerful), welcoming. The software itself doesn't force you to do anything you don't want and the free version is very supportive of ones starter ideas.
It strikes me as a business that really wanted to put something out there for people, and when they started of they did not have all the funds let alone the "heavy support" to protect their idea and still proceeded and grew from there. It says something about they're state of mind. That they now can invoke powers of "term and conditions" and "Licences" and "pointing at the whipping shed for lashes" if you don't comply, goes for any software developer. In fact there are businesses less worthy out there doing a whole lot worse.
So yeah, support good and honest businesses that care and are committed to what they've brought. In modern times that's very rare.
This is my humble opinion however.