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Gräßlin: FLOSS after Prism: Privacy by Default

Gräßlin: FLOSS after Prism: Privacy by Default

Posted Aug 10, 2013 5:58 UTC (Sat) by maxiaojun (guest, #91482)
In reply to: Gräßlin: FLOSS after Prism: Privacy by Default by shmerl
Parent article: Gräßlin: FLOSS after Prism: Privacy by Default

Web applications make Linux much more usable. When it comes native desktop applications, Linux is certainly the worst among the big three.

Yes, Linux is good for server. But I find that the server here mostly mean public Web server (that hosts Web application) . For most organizations the client side is still Windows/Office, Linux servers are not that premier in this case.

The conclusion is that denying Web applications are ridiculous. Even MSFT is trying to follow this trend now.

PRISM is not a surprise at the end of day. I believe that any governments in the world want to have same surveillance power if they can. And I suspect that some of them already had. For example, is it a news that German government uses spyware?

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/15/world/europe/uproar-in-...


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