"Open source is becoming “Animal Farm”. A movement which began to fight corporate dominance is now being co-opted by corporate dominance, because projects like ours sneer at the concept, the process, and the thought of involvement."
— Morten @ home (@mor10) February 15, 2020
Now, when you're considering this, remember that it's not about "social media" "tech giants". It hits you. It hits your SME. It hits your startup. It hits your blog. "Duty of care" is a useful emotive vehicle with easy targets, but that's not who it hits. https://t.co/pdd7e43uZz
— Heather Burns (@WebDevLaw) February 11, 2020
Look at an average Ofcom broadcast bulletin and see how few issues are raised by their own monitoring. Most come from members of the public. So if Ofcom can't monitor about a thousand broadcast channels without the public being their eyes/ears, what hope have they…
— Rhys Jones (@DrRhys) February 11, 2020