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Re: [Help-librejs] Regarding

From: Dmitry Alexandrov
Subject: Re: [Help-librejs] Regarding
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2019 03:57:39 +0300
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address@hidden wrote:
>> Sorry?  If your LibreJS found that allegedly serves free 
>> javascripts, there’s something broken (as it does not), so check your 
>> installation.
> Sorry, the email was marked as from microsoft solution because the first 
> email came from address@hidden I mixed it up, my mistake, sorry!

No, you don’t: indeed is one of Microsoft’s domains, and the initial 
letter in this thread was indeed send via

>> On the other hand, I hope, one day they will, why not?  Why do you believe, 
>> that there is some existential incompatibility?  I never saw a list of 
>> corporations, ranked by amount of free software written by them, though I 
>> would not be surprised at all to found out, that Google firmly keeps the 
>> first place, while Apple is in top-10.
> As microsoft, google, apple... are violating citizen / companies / 
> governments privacy (fundamental rights) there is no possibility to trust 
> them:

Hmm.  What otherwise you’d like to trust them with?  Is there a possibility to 
trust anyone with it?

> There is a huge and an obvious incompatibility between competition 
> (capitalism) and cooperation (free society).

Competition ≠ capitalism in either way: the monopolistic capitalism is still a 
capitalism, and there are other forms of competition besides those originated 
from private property.

I am still perplexed, how anything of the above is related to GNU LibreJS, 

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