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Later publically expressed in correspondance (9/98) with Stanton Mc Candlish (EFF) on the Australian links list.] "Just as the strength of the Internet is chaos, so the strength of our liberty depends upon the chaos and cacophony of the unfettered speech the First Amendment protects." Judge Dalzell, CDA panel.[uncofirmed source: Adam] "The single unifying force is what we don't want government running things." Joe Simms (ICANN counsel.) [source: Lessig, .] "Encryption..a powerful defensive weapon for free people.
I was marvelling at how the pre-commercial Internet managed to operate. The actual quote, printed on lots of t-shirts, is ...[source: Gilmore states: "I have never found where I first said this. If you find an appearance of this quote from before March '94, please let me know." Also in NYT 1/15/96, quoted in CACM 39(7):13. Legends FAQ] "Cyberspace undeniably reflects some form of geography." Justice O'Connor.Later, Russell Nelson comments (and is confirmed by Gilmore) that on December 05 1993 Nelson sent Gilmore an email stating, "Great quote of you in Time magazine: 'The net treats censorship as a defect and routes around it.'"] variant: "The Internet interprets the US Congress as system damage and routes around it." [source: apparently Jeanne De Voto.] related: "You can't take something off the Internet - it's like taking pee out of a pool." News Radio. [source: primary] "[The Internet,] A Superhighway through the Wasteland? New York Times Op-Ed Page, Wednesday, November 24, 1993. It just has an economy that makes no sense to capitalism." Brad Shapcott. [source: none] "Technology is neither good nor bad, nor even neutral.Instead, it is a selection of quotations that I believe in some sense capture the governance of memes as social norms on the Internet.
[email protected]$ "Architecture is politics." Kapor, Mitchell. (EFF) [source: confirmed by Kapor, estimates it was first said in 1991.] It was something I came up with during my EFF era, early 1990's.
It offers a technical guarantee of privacy, regardless of who is running the government...