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All content by Kyle E. Mitchell, who is not your lawyer.

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  1. Fake Neutrality

    have it your way ‘til they can afford to have it theirs

  2. Not the Type

    tech exceptionalism in limp words and phrases

  3. Intelligent Perception

    low bow to the legal laity

  4. Untangling Tech Merit and Tech Privilege

    section 230 is but one kind of subsidy

  5. Few-Maintainer Projects

    reality-driven expectations

  6. git push is the Process

    permissionless license development now

  7. Schools of Cohesion

    exploring the crosswise policy biases we learn from open software

  8. Null Value

    against demise of the hacker public license