If it isn't on Google, it doesn't exist.
I'm a big advocate of freedom: freedom of speech, freedom of expression, freedom of thought.
Things work well when a group of people know each other, and things break down when it's a bunch of random people interacting.
I don't worry. It's just not in my nature, really.
People do fun and interesting things because they're fun and interesting.
Free speech includes the right to not speak.
We've seen how grassroots journalism by blogs has had an impact at various points politically, as ordinary people have amplified stories that were being ignored by the traditional press.
We are still in the very beginnings of the Internet.
The mainland Chinese tend to take a Chinese mainland point of view on controversial issues, and the Taiwanese take another the Taiwanese viewpoint.
We have to come together, worldwide, and 'think.' We have a tool - the internet - to let us do that. Let's use it wisely.
I worry about censorship in many parts of the world.
The goal is to give people a free encyclopedia to every person in the world, in their own language. Not just in a 'free beer' kind of way, but also in the free speech kind of way.
The core of Wikipedia is something people really believe in. That is too valuable for the world to screw it up.
While I'm optimistic about the direction the world is headed, generally, I think there is a need for constant vigilance and pressure on repressive governments.
I still believe there is a need to open up search and it will come eventually. It is very important to challenge the current models.
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