[Owasp-leaders] Mozilla speaks up. Should OWASP?

Brad Causey bradcausey at owasp.org
Tue Jan 31 16:03:13 UTC 2017


I would offer that we tread lightly. This is a very politically charged
issue. OWASP stands to gain nothing by taking a position on this, but
stands to lose a great deal should it find itself on the wrong side of this.





-Brad Causey
CISSP, MCSE, C|EH, CIFI, CGSP

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On Tue, Jan 31, 2017 at 9:55 AM, Larry Conklin <larry.conklin at owasp.org>
wrote:

> Personally I am torn here. Yes I want America safe. However I don't really
> see the value in a 90 days travel band is going to make America any safer.
> Mozilla has spoken up against it. They are in many ways a community like
> ours. Should OWASP also go on record for support or against the travel ban?
>
>
> *This past weekend the Trump Administration signed an executive order to
> temporarily suspend travel into the United States for individuals from
> Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and Libya. This is troubling for
> us as a community on many levels.*
>
> *Mozilla is a global community of people sharing ideas and working
> together. We believe in opportunity for all, freedom of ideas, and that
> multiculturalism is crucial to building a true global community. This is
> why Mozilla has taken a public position against the US immigration ban. *
>
>
> https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2017/01/28/us-immigration-ban/
>
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