When evil resists a push it doesn't push back, it immediately seeks to destroy. Boldness is required for first limiting and then overcoming evil. Of course surviving is nice too. More
Act Two of the cyberhug.me novel.
"Human Rights bless all through their complicit simplicity, by placing people above unjust law." - Allan R. Wallace
When evil resists a push it doesn't push back, it immediately seeks to destroy. Boldness is required for first limiting and then overcoming evil.
Of course surviving is nice too.
Many "ethical hackers" (on the side of human rights) view themselves as part of a sovereign nation composed of virtual sovereign individuals. Their sovereignty is always subject to attack, hence their border sites are well defended. Their offensive reactions against those that attack their domains have a strategy to dismantle their enemy's citizen control systems and free their enemy's subject people.
In Complicit Simplicity three freelance hacktivists have found an evil tyranny in danger of falling - they are agreed to risk all by giving it a push.
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"If you view change as a problem rather than an opportunity you'll always be too late. Visionaries and crackpots are always too soon and pay a high price for their insight. We can accept that." ~ Allan R. Wallace