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Mon Jun 10 02:17:18 UTC 2013
I think an official statement would be unnecessary and ill advised. It
doesn't affect Wikimedia projects, there is no reason to think it
does, and involving itself would be a mistake the WMF can and should
On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 10:12 PM, Christophe Henner
<christophe.henner at gmail.com> wrote:
> My understanding is that PRISM focused on private electronic
> communication. I can't see a situation where we would be concerned by
> But some official statement could help put at ease people worries :)
> On 10 June 2013 03:34, Fred Bauder <fredbaud at fairpoint.net> wrote:
>> All edits and other actions are archived, but I would think there would
>> be zero interest or utility to NSA. I would simply ignore the matter.
>>> This is a simple question with a potentially very complicated answer.....
>>> What, if any, are the implications of the PRISM scandal for Wikimedia?
>>> Does the fact that our servers are based in the US now compromise our
>>> mission either in a technical, privacy or an ethical sense?
>>> - Liam / Wittylama
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