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Re : FLOSS after Prism: Privacy by Default
« Réponse #1 le: 10 août 2013 à 19:12:47 »
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If a lawyer is not able to use floss software because he cannot even open a client’s file without Amazon and any connected third party (e.g. Tempora) knowing about it, this is a clear violation of the first freedom which forbids discrimination of users.

Thanks, Shuttleworth. Good job.


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Re : Re : FLOSS after Prism: Privacy by Default
« Réponse #2 le: 10 août 2013 à 20:41:26 »
Thanks, Shuttleworth. Good job.

The Ubuntu Fr team who produces a version all in French has provided it with the feature deactivated. How long will it take before the Ubunteros join to tell Mr SHUTTLEWORTH that he can earn lots more by asking the community to contribute with money, by buying goodies and suggesting ideas?

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