Purism's explanations for removing various safety features from Librem One's social network sound like someone explaining why they removed the mirrors, brakes, horns, seat belts, airbags and signals from the cars they're reselling, because they *know* those cars are only *ever* going to be driven on a track where they'll never have to change lanes or negotiate with other drivers.
Even though there's a bunch of driveways on that track, connecting to the public road system.
If a collision does happen, we can call in the tow trucks and ambulances. But giving drivers tools to avoid collisions or reduce injuries? That would be interfering with their freedom!
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