in Development, Politics, Security

Reset The Net

Reset the Net is not only about telling others what to do, it’s about reminding ourselves what needs to be done, about the basic principals we all should think about:

  1. It’s the web-developers duty to push security, not the user’s. See my previous article.
  2. Open Source is not only a political choice. In terms of security, it’s the only choice.
  3. The Internet belongs to all of us. That is what we have to remind our colleagues, friends, family and neighbours of. And that’s what politicians have to hear over and over again. The Internet is not owned by big comanies alone. It’s owned by every producer and consumer all around the world. We all make the Internet happen.

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