UK To Ban Crypto In Devices, Email And More
grarpamp at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 02:36:01 PST 2015
On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 2:55 AM, Tomas Overdrive Petru <tpetru at gmail.com> wrote:
> Problem is that politics are similar as cryptographers: only some people
> care about that role in their life. Would you go to government in case elected?
They can go downvote everything, smoke weed, work crypto,
and inject whatever they care about... being random selection,
that's representative too. Certainly no worse than the level of
care given by some in existing governments.
As a culture, selected people should be paid to go, free
to return to where they left upon term limits, etc. Such that
conscious objectors would be the only ones not there.
Certainly other things they'd think about... remaining
independant, serving the people, etc. Who knows what
makes people go or not go.
> I have seen success of Pirate Party at Prague but none of hackers really
> wanted to work in town-hall after that.
Get in, fix some problem at hand, leave. That's not bad either.
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