Tag freedom

Electoral reform, what are they afraid of?

Many years ago I signed up to a document by the name of Charter 88 which called for a new constitutional settlement which would: Enshrine, by means of a Bill of Rights, such civil liberties as the right to peaceful… Continue Reading →

The Illusion of Freedom

Have you noticed how many ads there are on the TV showing cars driving through empty urban streets? From my daily experience in the urban environment, most people in cars spend most of their time moving from one slow queue… Continue Reading →

The Mozilla Manifesto

I have been using Mozilla browsers and other software of some years now, I use the the Firefox browser and the Thunderbird e-mail client on a daily basis. It has always felt somehow right. When I first started to use… Continue Reading →

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