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Re: [in the news] New Legal Guideline



IMHO it is a risky decision. By limiting the field of use that governs what 
constitutes "acceptable" behaviour of Fedora, we effectively add regulations 
based on a vague feeling of "this could be somehow something that might put 
Fedora at risk".

I expect a full and thorough analysis of which tools we currently ship could 
be excluded under this new doctrine. Think of nmap, wireshark etc. Tools 
that have a perfect use for debugging but can also be used for not-so-good 
things.

With this decision, it will become hard to justify why some tools are OK and 
others pose a legal risk.

I am not happy with this new policy.

Jan

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Subject: [in the news] New Legal Guideline

Hi,

Some news in German about new legal guideline on pro-linux.de:

Fedora gibt sich Richtlinie fÃr Sicherheitssoftware
http://www.pro-linux.de/news/1/16390/fedora-gibt-sich-richtlinie-fuer-sicherheitssoftware.html

Regards, vinz.
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