Abolition requires imagination. Is Linux becoming the privacy friendly status quo that we’re all forced to accept? What comes next? I just created /c/beyondlinux.

  • Rocky McDonaldOP
    02 years ago

    As a copyright abolitionist, I wholeheartedly agree with you support the freedom of GNU/Linux entirely, and that is why I hold it to such high standards of security. GNU/Linux is private, sure, but not secure by default. Please read Madaidan’s article on Linux’s security model and his guide to Linux hardening. I’m personally holding out for such promising alternatives such as (a potentially ungoogled) Fuchsia. Did you know that the FLOSS kernel SeL4 is proven to be correct with mathematical precision? POSIX compliant innovations will someday leave Linux in the dust.