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Of course, your whole philosophy assumes everyone looks at the world in terms of Good Guys and Bad Guys, and has the same idea about who they are that you do.

Rather, his philosophy assumes that if you are a white hat you cannot be concerned about a reward. In reality white hats simply have enough moral compass to not place the exploit into wrong hands, which doesn't mean they don't care about a reward. By this rationale lawyers, for instance, should not be setting a price on their time when they believe defending a particular case will be doing a good Good Deed.

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