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Re: <nettime> Enforcing Rights by Technology
Morlock Elloi on Wed, 27 Jul 2016 03:36:42 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Enforcing Rights by Technology

This would be good first step, even before decentralization - mandate that only open source can be delivered to the consumer, including ability for the consumer to *practically* decrypt and unpack all communications to/from consumer. I can't believe I'm agreeing with rms.

On 7/24/16, 19:11, carlo von lynX wrote:

And, getting back to what I wanted to get feedback on - can you
come up with any reason not to pursue the idea of denying third
parties the privilege to send opaque data blobs out of customers'
devices by law, this way bringing a bit of ethics back into the
equation? The transparency would automatically enable the lawmaker

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