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FSF at the Connecticut Film Festival this Saturday

by John Sullivan Contributions Published on Jun 02, 2009 05:03 PM

by John Sullivan
FSF operations manager

I'll be giving a workshop titled "Copyleft and the War on Sharing" at the Connecticut Film Festival in Danbury, CT, this coming Saturday from 4pm to 5:30pm. I'm looking forward to doing the talk and to hearing what experiences people interested in film and art have had with both free software and broader free culture issues.

We'll talk about the history and experience of GNU, the FSF, and the free software movement; and about some of the different fronts in the War on Sharing being waged against the public by groups like the RIAA, MPAA, BSA, Microsoft, and Apple.

The FSF will also have a booth at the event with t-shirts, stickers, and information about free software, thanks to some awesome volunteers.

If you're in the Danbury area, come by and check us out!

If you're running an event and would like a speaker from the FSF to attend, just drop us a note.

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