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A free net is necessary for a free society, and free software cannot thrive in a world where access to the Internet is controlled by people who work hard every day to restrict our freedom. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Ajit Pai is looking to hand control of the Internet over to companies like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon, who are much more interested in their own profits than protecting your freedoms. Spread the word--tell your friends why we need to defend net neutrality today.
John Sullivan, Molly de Blanc, and I recently descended upon Bellingham, WA for a weekend of free software talks and outreach at Linuxfest Northwest.
When it comes to social microblogging, Twitter is the 800-pound gorilla. But a new free, federated option is here.
[No longer accepting applications] Call for a volunteer--Use your Web skills to protect users' rights
Everyone deserves a World Wide Web which provides useful services without threatening their privacy or their right to inspect all the software they run. But the Web today is far from that ideal.
Do you hack on GNU packages—or are you just interested in GNU? Now is the time to register for the GNU Hackers' Meeting in Hessen, Germany, August 24-27, 2017.
The United States Congress and President Trump have killed a new Internet privacy rule adopted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) late last year, but state legislators have stepped in to try to fill the gap.