Luddite

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Luddite

A term for workers in the early 19th century in Britain who opposed the Industrial Revolution because increased mechanization was changing the economy and leaving them without jobs. The term has come to mean any person who opposes technological changes, especially those that impact the economy.
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Nevertheless, there will always be minority group(s) like Neo-Luddism and FOSS supporters.
The philosophies of FOSS and Neo-Luddism are a starting point rather than an end to pick up important lessons from human nurture (intellects) to cure (some) human unsanities (not insanities)
For (a), the author supports to be a Hard-Cyber-Luddite who strictly believes and supports the merger and confluence of FOSS and Neo-Luddism.