|FROM ||Abdele Darius Sabre
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Re: [nylug-talk] Alan Cox and freedom
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From: Abdele Darius Sabre
Subject: Re: [hangout] Re: [nylug-talk] Alan Cox and freedom
To: "Peter C. Norton" , bandie-at-linuxfreemail.com
Cc: Abdele Darius Sabre , nylug-talk-at-nylug.org,
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Greeting Friend Peter:
Linux is an OS, and so is Sun, and AIX, and Windows
What makes Linux unique? Linux is unique because it
was created to ensure it's users freedom now and in
the future. So from the start, Linux has political
implications. You are correct that certain political
freedoms permit it to be created. These are common
freedoms which are a cornerstone of a free government.
I doubt either Linux or Western libral government can
survive the DMCA.
> Linux is an OS. The conditions that promote its
> sharing is the copyright
> law here in the US and elsewhere. Anything else is
> what you read into it.
> P.S. Can I post to hangout-at-nylxs.com?
I got your message. Did you cc it to me?
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