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The whole idea that what is not normal should be kept secret - that's really distasteful to me.
I was interested in implements of mass destruction - from an academic point of view.
If you don't want to deal with them, fine. But don't hamper other people from dealing with them.
Still, if they offer me a good job under my conditions - which is that I can do anything I want- then, sure. The NSA is not going to change me.
These things exist, they're part of the world.
You have this enormous network and no one knows what's out there.
People don't want to talk about death, just like they don't want to talk about computer security. Maybe I should have named my workstation Fear. People are so motivated by fear.
Even if the music industry simply gave away all their music people would complain that they don't have the bandwidth to download all the stuff - the problem would merely shift from availability to distribution.
I was fairly solitary. I didn't like structured learning. People didn't seem to be my cup of tea.
Silicon Valley is constantly saying that the government is irrelevant and powerless. But that's because most people there have never seen it get serious.
Breaking into a system or exposing its weaknesses is a good thing because truth and knowledge must win out.
I can write a program that lets you break the copy protection on a music file. But I can't write a program that solders new connections onto a chip for you.
What is right, what is wrong, how can anyone say? I view very, very, few things as Right with a capital R.