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June 22, 2006


Ben King

Society should tolerate only so much closure around information as to maximise the access of the person who is most excluded.

Isn't it a mistake to just consider the information realm in isolation? Surely most of the alleged benefits of closed information accrue outside the information sphere - eg national security?

Interesting post, though...

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