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Strongbox and Aaron Swartz (The New Yorker)

Strongbox and Aaron Swartz (The New Yorker)

Posted May 17, 2013 0:34 UTC (Fri) by tterribe (✭ supporter ✭, #66972)
In reply to: Strongbox and Aaron Swartz (The New Yorker) by theophrastus
Parent article: Strongbox and Aaron Swartz (The New Yorker)

> Now back to computer technical matters: why should we _trust_ this
> The New Yorker "Strongbox" doesn't have a large NSA backend?

Because AGPLv3.


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Strongbox and Aaron Swartz (The New Yorker)

Posted May 20, 2013 0:13 UTC (Mon) by brouhaha (subscriber, #1698) [Link]

Assuming that you trust them to abide by the AGPLv3. Even so, that doesn't ensure that there isn't some other compromise engineered into the system, outside the AGPLv3 code.


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