Re: Can Security Models Be Made Open Source
The only thing that I can think of that comes close to an "open security" model is what the US 2nd Amendment was originally intended for. To put most of the citizens' security directly in the hands of the citizens. Where all citizens become part of the security model, to protect one's self and each other. The fact that it is known that most, if not all citizens are armed is quite open and serves as a deterent of those kinds of acts, IMO.
****Note, I will not get into the politics of such a policy, just throwing it out there as one type of model. If I have still managed to cross a line of the CoC, by all means moderate this post.
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