When Using Open Source Makes You an Enemy of the State – guardian.co.uk
Let's forget that the statement ignores the fact that there are plenty of businesses built on the OSS model (RedHat, WordPress, Canonical for starters). But beyond that, it seems astonishing to me that anyone should imply that simply recommending open source products – products that can be more easily tailored without infringing licensing rules – “undermines” anything.
via When using open source makes you an enemy of the state | Technology | guardian.co.uk. Cory Doctorow tries to make sense of a loss in logic by the IIPA.