what are you trying to find out?
here is the simple answer.
corporations don't talk about existing licenses because they are legally bound NOT to discuss them. it gets them sued.
corporations are not obligated to publish terms of existing, or former, licenses, for the same reason.
i do not know how the Freedom of Info act works in the USA, but in Canada, any citizens may make a request under our Access to Info act regarding aspects of anything.
For example, if you wanted to see the original discussions held by Canada, the RCMP, and Disney, surrounding the licensing of the RCMP Mountie image by Disney, you could make a request to those agencies in Canada (the RCMP and whichever department had the discussions at the time), formally or informally, and they will respond with any information not excluded from public view: personal info, confidential sources, or something already slated to be released in the near future.
honestly, why on earth would a corporation discuss legal contracts with [no offence] Joe Nobody.
if you have IP infringement info or concerns, contact their legal department with evidence. If you want to buy them out, you should have people to do that for you, tbh.
if you just want to gripe, contact customer care. in all cases, do it on paper, send it registered, and expect nothing :-)