creates analogy with 3 parties in it

I see… we’re either with you, or with the terrorists? :)

Reading comprehension is hard, yeah?

It’s assuming all people here are shitposters and never done anything for privacy

I develop FOSS applications. You may have used things I contributed to. But unless you’re the alt of Torvalds himself, I doubt you’ve done more than the entirety of Canonical, who has made huge waves of impact throughout the FOSS (and privacy) communities.

Given that you misunderstood every point I made in this thread so far, it’s understandable the rest of your comment misses the mark.

How can you compare an individual person to some corporation or whatever canonical is

Because that was my original point that Joe Bidet wanted to debate. If Joe Bidet replied saying “How can you compare an individual person to some corporation”, that might be a good point, but he doubled down instead

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