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Re: good news about the EFF...

On Wed, 4 Jan 1995, Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
> which admittedly could be a problem, but presumably if it is then some of
> the organizations will just drop out. *shrug*  But in general,
> decentralization is good, right?  I'd rather have 5 organizations defending
> electronic rights then just one, when we know all too well how possible it
> is for that just one to negotiate a compromise that seems more like a
> betrayal.  The more active, funded organizations, the more it appears to
> legislators like people are really concerned about this stuff, and the
> safer we are against point-failure.  Decentralize, distribute, good.  :)
> [Of course it remains to be seen if so many organizations at once can
> remain active and well funded.]

A good point, but I was just trying to make the point of too many 
organizations becomes very silly....

But thanks for pointing out the other extereme...

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