Suppose I wanted to release a game, song, whatever under some creative commons license. (Other than CC-0, which I understand to be another name for public domain) I might do this to explicitly allow derivative works because I'm personally a fan of that sort of thing, but I still want to have exclusive rights to the original work so that I can make money from sales.
Would it be a violation of the license for someone to take the purchased content and make a copy for each of their friends? (or post it on a torrent site) I get the sense that the answer here is "no" from this picture from Wikipedia (I can't embed since it's an .svg), but it's not entirely clear to me. I also don't really have the legalistic literacy or patience to read through the license terms myself.
As sort of a secondary question, if CC doesn't work, is there a license or addendum I could add to a copyright to explicitly allow derivative works while still preserving my rights to the unmodified work? Would I just be better off sticking with a copyright and create an easy avenue for obtaining permission?