I use vim in a console window for everything: these days mainly scripts, Java, Python, C
The one exception recently is Android. But I'm working out a command-line based dev environment for android that lets me use Vim too.
Unless the authors have transferred the rights to someone else. That new owner could enforce it.
Also anonymity is a choice not a right. The authors could be forced to defend it by court order or blackmail.
Or the US government could choose to defend it in the public interest.
Yes, this is exactly what I was wondering. WHY?
If political speech is protected, why exactly are they tracking it? Why is it important to identify the ringleaders of popular opinion? Isn't it a waste of effort to track something you're not theoretically allowed to use?
This raises all sorts of red flags.
It seems democrats are even more afraid of brown people than republicans, they are just less likely to admit it: