[ExI] Digital identity
giulio at gmail.com
Sun Apr 28 13:42:58 UTC 2013
Our world is totally different from the world of our
grand-grandfathers. We use the Internet to communicate with people far
away, women can vote, gays can marry, and animals have rights. All
things that would have deeply shocked our grand-grandfathers.
Some people who reject all these things. Fine with me, they can reject
them (and some communities do), but they cannot force others to give
them up. If they do, then we fight back.
On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 10:55 AM, Ben Zaiboc <bbenzai at yahoo.com> wrote:
> When you say to someone "Things will be totally different, and you will have marvellous new choices", and they reply "Yes, but I don't have any choice about things becoming totally different, do I?", what do you tell them? For some people (probably many people, actually), a world where everyone is free to pursue the rewards and benefits that _they_ want, is something they _don't_ want.
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