_(this is a reformatted/expanded version of a comment I made in November 2013 on the Libre Office mailing list)_
A reader of my critique to the “Linux owns the Internet” slogan just made the comment integrally copied here:
On April 27th, 2010, I assisted to a lecture from David Sasaki of Global Voices Online (GVO) about “Citizen Media and the Technology for Transparency Network (TNN)”. This is a transcript of the notes I took that night, plus a couple of general comments about Citizen Media, Transparency in Government and related topics.
(this is the second part of an interview to Tony Baechler about the usability of Free Software by vision-impaired users).
Back in 2006, I wrote that the Free Software community and disabled users must learn to communicate and invited Free Software developers to do their part. Last week I interviewed Tony Baechler, an active member of the Blinux mailing list, to check how things are going in 2010, and to know more about a very interesting project for Linux vision-impaired users he’s trying to launch. Stop: Tony, how are you using Linux?
We regularly hear from prime time news or urban legends how Internet is some sort of Big Brother (the real one…) able to track and report to some more or less hidden controllers everything we do online, to the point that what was once called privacy is dead.