[pp.int.general] Eight spokes of Information Policy?
brendanmolloy at pirateparty.org.au
Wed Mar 23 13:38:37 CET 2011
What happens when we get to future tech? :P
I think it's a very good summary of what Pirate Parties generally stand for.
I'll probably link to this page if people ask me what the movement stands
for in the future. Thanks :).
2011/3/23 Rick Falkvinge (Piratpartiet) <rick.falkvinge at piratpartiet.se>
> Dear colleagues,
> after five years, I have tried summarizing the basic principles of what
> we stand for under eight headings. These principles would be combined
> with each other and with observations -- think of the Civilization Tech
> Tree with these eight at the far left end -- to form more and more
> specific policy.
> This way, we would not just know what our policy is, but we would know
> WHY our policy was a certain way, and if an assumption fails, what
> previous decisions fall along with it.
> I am suggesting Privacy, Transparency, Culture, Knowledge, Swarm
> Economy, Humanity, Quality Legislation and Pragmatism as the eight basic
> principles that all our other policies can emerge from.
> If this seems sensible from where we stand today, and the policies which
> quite clearly derive from these eight today, then I believe we would be
> able to build a complete ideology from these eight principles in a
> Civ-style policy tree.
> Thoughts, comments?
> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
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