“There are no prima donnas in engineering.” ― Freeman Dyson
We need to erect a much expanded commons on the Internet. We need to realize popular services in a secure, distributed, and decentralized way, powered by free software and free/open hardware. We need to build systems beyond the reach of super-sized companies and spy agencies. Such services must be based on strong cryptography. Emphasizing that prerequisite, we need to expand our cryptographic commons.
“The Moral Character of Cryptographic Work” Phillip Rogaway, professor of computer science at UC Davis.Read More
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