Today, in an editorial, it considers the same information disclosure as having made the "U.S. national security" vulnerable. It conveniently puts the blame on Snowden. Before writing the editorial yesterday and calling for prosecution of Ed Snowden, they should have looked at the stories they published, then the current editorial board should have apologized for publishing those articles first, returned the Pulitzer, called for prosecution of the paper itself under the [U.S.] espionage act first, before thinking of writing anything criticizing Snowden.
High time the entities like these stop calling themselves the Fourth Estate, and be branded as Government Propaganda Machinery.
"Classified." Interesting word to justify whatever the 1984-type governments want to do (however, baseless the claims are, you outta take their word for it). Like, we have proof, but we can't show it to you, because it's classified. But, we have the proof nonetheless, so better believe us.
I often see conflict between economy and open source. But if we really look at the 'success' of open source it has happened because of 'economy. It has happened because open source became a critical part of commerce. All those projects are way ahead of any non-free software. In most cases open source has become the only way to build software. At the other hand those efforts that concentrated too much on fighting the commerce, fending off economy have shrinked to being tiny projects used or run by a few thousand or hundreds of people.
So, the question is. Is my assessment true that an open source project need to become part of the fabric that creates modern society, and whether you like or not, economy is a critical (or the most important) part of it?
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