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Comment: And? (Score 1) 295

by Moniker42 (#22331086) Attached to: Does Anonymity In Virtual Worlds Breed Terrorism?
Tell me, what is the harm of some minor plotting and scheming? Groups and forces have always wanted to overthrow governments, the only point at which they become dangerous and the state should intervene is when they begin hiding barrels of gunpowder under Parliament. Check the basement at night, don't try to police the entire citizenry and restrict their liberties!
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Submitted by AlexanderHanff
AlexanderHanff (1129649) writes "A new social networking project was announced today for the Ubuntu Community. It has generated a great deal of excitement both in the official Ubuntu forums and on Digg. The plan is to offer the community a service which will give them personal blog and emails within the ubuntu-users.org domain with all the rich features expected from a modern social networking site; including groups (Loco and custom), rss aggregation, voting system for the site's development and features as well as for the Ubuntu operating system and much more. It will be run by the Ubuntu Community users for the Ubuntu Community users on a totally non-profit basis and with an open design as well as mind. Hopefully the synergy it will create will give this huge community a real sense of belonging and a virtual badge they can wear with pride."
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