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Proposed Thursday, July 11, 2013 by bboyatwork
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Why wouldn't one comment on something that is open to the public for review? I'm not surprised that this codes implementation has happened, it's just the lack of transparency bothers me. 'Vines wouldn’t say whether the agency’s work on Android and other software is part of or helps with Prism. “The source code is publicly available for anyone to use, and that includes the ability to review the code line by line,” she said in her statement. '

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  1. mikeI agree generally that it's disturbing that the NSA is in our codes. I think the truth is large open source projects like these typically have many large governmental and commercial entities contributing to the code base. The beauty of open source is that it guarantees the abilities both to audit the code and to modify it oneself if desired. To me, it keeps everything out in the open (no pun intended).   10 years ago