Nothing from multiverse is on the shipped CDs, nor is it enabled by default. It's exactly the same as rpmfusion, etc.. You have to add it to sources.list yourself.
Indeed. All ubuntu does beyond Fedora is make it a little easier for the user to add these additional repos if they choose to do so, by acknowledging they exist and having a few tools to aid the user in adding them if they wish to. Fedora on the other hand completely ignores the additional repos and it is up to the user to find out about them themselves. The default installation of ubuntu is as open and GPL as Fedora is, IMHO (YMMV).
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