On 02/22/2018 12:21 AM, Ivan Zaigralin wrote:
> However, LibreJS cannot possibly detect non-free software with any kind of 
> reliability, and it is easy to argue that drive-by-downloads, which are un-
> auditable by their very nature, are non-free no matter what license is 
> attached to them. To wit, LibreJS will incorrectly mark an obfuscated piece 
> of 
> GPL-licensed code as free every time. So from the practical point of view, 
> starting out with all JavaScript disabled is the way to go.
> 

call me dumb, but this is confusing - what exactly is a
"drive-by-download" and how are they inherently "non-free no matter what
license is attached to them"?

also, how could LibreJS "incorrectly mark an obfuscated piece of
GPL-licensed code as free" - GPL-licensed code IS free

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