jrepin writes: "There is a problem with proprietary, closed software, which makes Rick Falkvinge, the founder of the first Pirate Party, a bit uneasy: "We get a serious democratic deficit when the citizens are not able to inspect if the computers running the country’s administrations are actually doing what they claim to be doing, doing all that and something else invisibly on top, doing the wrong thing in the wrong way at the wrong time, or doing nothing at all. But this problem is peanuts compared to what has just appeared. In the debate around the American Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).""
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-- C.N. Parkinson