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"League for Programming Freedom" returns

by root Contributions Published on Oct 19, 2009 02:18 PM

The League for Programming Freedom, "an organization that opposes software patents and user interface copyrights" founded by Richard Stallman in 1989, is back and open for membership.

From their recent announcement:

We are pleased to announce the return of the League for Programming Freedom, the membership organization founded by Richard Stallman two decades ago to fight against software patents and user interface copyright. The LPF has been dormant since 1996, but we have completed all the legal paperwork necessary to exercise the full abilities of a 501(c)(4) non-profit tax-exempt corporation. Thanks to the stewardship of Treasurer Aubrey Jaffer, we have funds to get things going again.
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