When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do? -- John Maynard Keynes

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Eric Schmidt on Julian Assange

Inside the mind of Eric Schmidt | Alan Rusbridger | Technology | guardian.co.uk: "On Julian Assange - As a matter of historical interest, I wanted to understand what role Wikileaks would play. We met almost two years ago, well before the Embassy, and all this kind of stuff. He said a number of things which I thought were quite interesting. His core idea is that systematic evil has to be written down and that, if you have a leaking culture in government, the government can't perpetuate mass evil because the stuff gets leaked before they can do it. That point makes sense to me. The problem is, who gets to decide who does the leaking? . . . "

Answer: anyone and everyone.


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