Thanks for raising this question.
Eriberto Mota <eribe...@debian.org> writes:
> Well, the quoted event resulted in a file with 14 million passwords,
> distributed by Kali Linux.
Do you have any reference to the discussions those people had over their
license to distribute that information?
I would expect such a discussion to get into the issue of whether a
single password is subject to copyright restrictions, and further
whether a compiled collection of such works is itself subject to
I would want to see such a discussion with clear, solid support for the
freedom to redistribute that work under a free license, before proposing
its distribution in Debian.
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