reminder that the guy #BryanLunduke that claimed mozilla is sponsoring "#antifa email" is marketing director at #purism.
He claimed that #mozilla would by this, support a domestic terrorist organisation. In fact they where supporting riseup.net a hosting collective focused on security.
see here for reffer: https://todon.nl/@paulfree14/100317193468374457
When I was pointing him out on his errors and miss understanding of what antifa actually is, he claimed me doing libel. I gave him my word that he will be driven off from here, when he does not change his agenda.
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@amikigu @paulfree14 @purism
Let's not get ahead of ourselves. If purism refuses to censor non-illegal content (however objectionable) and if their marketing director thinks antifa is a terrorist group then those things make me not want to own their phone anymore. And I think those things are extremely stupid. But I'm not going around saying that they are white supremacists. I think this heated rhetoric doesn't serve anyone.
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@Maltimore @paulfree14 @purism I use the term expansively to include not only people identifying as white supremacists (obviously very few), but also the actions (or non-actions) that support them. It is that web of actions and inertia which implicate all of us (myself included). Thus, the action of hiring someone claiming that anti-fascists are terrorists is white supremacist in nature, as is the non-action of NOT moderating legal-but-oppressive content.