No more OOo in UNR 10.04

Amedee Van Gasse (ub) amedee-ubuntu at
Tue Feb 9 16:16:27 UTC 2010

On Tue, February 9, 2010 16:47, Knapp wrote:

> We all have a public face that we show. The problem is when we give
> corporations and governments big chunks of our private face and expect
> them to respect our privacy and to go to all ends to keep our data
> safe.
> Legally firms have one responsibility that they care about above all
> else, profit. They give out free stuff just like heroin dealers do and
> for the same reasons, profit and addiction to their services. You get
> free Gmail because it comes with adds and that makes lots of money. MS
> mail fails because people did not like all the crazy visual clutter of
> the ads and the mass of spam. What keeps the companies in money will
> keep them repeating that behavior. Don't expect it to be in your best
> interests, just because it sometimes is.

If you don't trust Google, why would you trust your ISP? Google only sees
a small part of your data but your ISP sees all of it.

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