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harryhalpin 2 Apr 17
Rather than in terms of monarchy, in a democracy the people (i.e. users) have fundamental rights. Control over one's computer is a right.
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Zak Rogoff 2 May 17
No! He's a public figure making a decision that impacts billions of people, and he posted this phone number publicly as the W3C director.
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