[Foundation-l] Politico: "Wikimedia foundation hires lobbyists on sopa, pipa"

cyrano cyrano.fawkes at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 05:06:51 UTC 2012

Le 22/01/2012 20:18, Thomas Dalton a écrit :
> That's a good analogy. The approach often taken with studies about
> humanity is not to do experiments (because they can be harmful) but
> instead to examine things that have already happened or are happening
> anyway.
But then you won't act until studying it all, rejecting any opportunity
to take a stance in the meanwhile. That is, you make the choice of
consenting what's happening without good reason. That's a choice, that's
an experiment: the experiment of passivity.

>From a thousand years of dark ages, Les Lumières [1] have drawn one
lesson :  control of information flow is best fought than allowed. It is
best for everyone to be the master of his or her own life.

[1]: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lumi%C3%A8res_%28philosophie%29
(the english article is urgent, it's about wikipedian values)

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