Robert J. Bradbury wrote,
> I don't think one should entirely restrict access to information.
> I do think a lot more thought needs to be devoted to determining
> that it is indeed going to be utilized responsibly.
This is a big question now, especially in the security fields. Should we
reveal known vulnerabilities, or should we keep them secret? I don't know
what I think about this. The main problem is that big companies almost
always refuse to fix security vulnerabilities until they become well-known
and the public demands a fix. They feel that security by obscurity is good
enough, and seek to keep their flaws secret so that they don't have to fix
-- Harvey Newstrom <www.HarveyNewstrom.com> Principal Security Consultant, Newstaff Inc. <www.Newstaff.com> Board of Directors, Extropy Institute <www.Extropy.org> Cofounder, Pro-Act <www.ProgressAction.org>
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