Contributed by jose on from the BSD-land-security dept.
a friend of mine, who gives a seminar about Information Ethics at the university of our city, asked me some time ago if i could do a short talk about OpenBSD. While if have some years of experience in Linux, my knowledge of OpenBSD is limited to the installation of a router and readings at deadly.org. Plain information-seeking didn't produce very usable results for me. Therefore I would be grateful if someone here could tell me about similar talks or documents, which adress ethical issues in conjuction with OpenBSD. According to my plans, the main point in this talk will be the right in personal privacy and the effort of the OpenBSD-Project to keep a system secure, which is in this case synonymous with securing privacy.
Thanks in advance
In some ways the answer to this is pretty simple, but it's potentially an interesting answer. Any thoughts?
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