Ubuntu's choice of images
Posted Dec 3, 2004 11:52 UTC (Fri) by cbetan
In reply to: Debian and the hot babe problem
Parent article: Debian and the hot babe problem
If you keep an 'offensive image' on your desktop for a full month, then I conclude that it was not 'accidentally there', and fairly enough your employer can be sued in those jurisdictions. If the image was there by accident after a default install, it can be easily corrected within one minute. No employer can be sued for that.
It is not Ubuntu's fault: it is the user's choice to disable the images or not.
What do I care about some jurisdictions in the USA? I don't live there, Ubuntu's HQ is not there, and I have quite a lot of fun with Ubuntu's creativity on their image choices. However I respect your opinion, the solution would not be to make Ubuntu 'consider their choices of images'.
Remember: there is a World 'out there' beyond USA borders.
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