What do Uber, Volkswagen and Zenefits have in common? They all used hidden code to break the law.
Quincy Larson

Ethics are necessary, but they should not be equated with legality.

A peek at any point in history — ancient or recent — should expose the legality of things as a terrible guide for rightness.

I suggest an ethic akin to the Non-Aggression Principle — don’t hurt people and don’t take their stuff. Otherwise, be as subversive as necessary to undermine corruption.

This spirit is embodied in projects like Dash, Ethereum, and Arcade City.

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