[pp.int.general] What's the minimal set of axioms for piratic ideology?

Cal. peppecal at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 16:13:17 CET 2015

Wow, I forgot how powerful this list can be. I am truly amazed.

Enrique, Aram: I don't want to nitpick on words, but "freedom," well,
it's recipe for disasters and feuds. What do we mean by that? Every
ideology under the sun uses that word, from libertarianism to
anarchism and classical liberalism to ussr communism. That's not what
I mean by "axiom."

On the other hand, transparency, freedom of access and freedom of
expression are truly remarkable. Can't we join transparency and
freedom of access to information? I guess that leaves us with freedom
of information and expression (that maybe includes a right to
privacy?). Is it specific AND simple enough?

On 9 December 2015 at 21:09, Andrew Norton <ktetch at gmail.com> wrote:
> https://falkvinge.net/2011/11/13/three-policies-to-rule-them-all/

Good, really good.

> 1. Increase in Government Transparency and accountability
> 2. Increase in Personal Privacy
> 3. Reform of Copyright, Trademark and Patent Laws.

On 9 December 2015 at 19:37, Core TX <coretx at gmail.com> wrote:
> All early pirate parties where found based upon the Swedish "Declaration of

(all of them are on docs.piratpartiet.se, except the first that I don't see.)

> It's the quest for ideology by a small elite supported by a old-left mob
> that is undermining the very foundation of the "pirate party" existence.


(and ooh, I'd really like arguing with people on anarchism, state and
individualism—and voting and consensus methods. I don't have those

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