Fwd: GNU hackers discover HACIENDA government surveillance and give us a way to fight back

Rejo Zenger rejo at zenger.nl
Fri Aug 22 21:13:33 CEST 2014

++ 22/08/14 11:38 +0200 - Garreau, Alexandre:
>The difference in the relation we have with information is who does it
>concern: when it concerns everybody (like Science, information about
>politics, events, Philosophy, Art, etc. what generally is what Wikipedia
>contains, aka “encyclopedic informations”), it should be shared among
>everyone, and not doing so is taking part in some kind of oppression
>(like stopping people from sharing a software); when it concerns only

That's an interesting point of view - or there is some misunderstanding 
on my end. Let's say the NSA does not only surveil all kinds of 
communications as it does right now, but it also publishes this 
information ("open data" in governmental speak), then there is no 
oppression according to you? 

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