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>> Â1. (U) Sensitive but unclassified.
> Why is this marked sensitive?
> Who the fsck is this sensitive to????????????????????????
> These diplomats are ALL bloody mad!!
> If 42% of Argentinians are using Linux
> then it is right the world should know about it!!!!!!!
> It is NOT sensitive information!!!
> It is EXTREMELY HAPPY JOYOUS GOOD NEWS FOR LINUX COMPANIES!!!!!
> This may be sensitive to competitors of Linux,
> but then it is NOT the job of US embassy staff to take
> sides between proprietary vendors and Linux vendors.
> We need embassy staff to go down to some
> TV channels and Linux foundation to explain
> to the tax payers that fund them what
> they think they doing with tax payer's money
> and where they think their rotten to the core
> priorities are.
The "sensitive" caught my attention too. :-)
I guess it shows lack of reliance on the US, digitally.
How about Brazil?
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