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by John Sullivan Contributions Published on Mar 09, 2010 04:11 PM
Writing by representatives of the Free Software Foundation.

Announcing status.fsf.org: Our new home for microblogging

StatusNet is free software microblogging, similar to Twitter but without requiring nonfree JavaScript or trust in a single Web site. Unlike Twitter, we don't all have to be using the same server to read each other's messages, making it function more like email.

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Will you be at LibrePlanet? Register today for March 23-24

We're excited to announce that registration is now open for LibrePlanet 2013: "Commit Change."

Will you be at LibrePlanet? Register today for March 23-24 - Read More…

Announcing the Empowermentors Collective: a group for women of color and queer people of color

The Empowermentors Collective is a new space by and for women of color and queer people of color within free software and free culture.

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Don't miss our daily highlights on fsf.org!

When you visit http://www.fsf.org now through the end of January, you'll notice something different about our home page.

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Who ever thought APIs were copyrightable, anyway?

FSF board member and former executive director Bradley Kuhn discusses the landmark copyright case of Oracle v. Google and what it does -- and doesn't -- mean for free software.

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GNU strikes again: FSF surprises Boston Microsoft store

FSF staff and volunteers just returned from Boston's Microsoft store, where we dressed as elves and handed out copies of free software and our 2012 Giving Guide to people out shopping for the holidays. The action is part of our campaign to promote free software as a replacement for Windows 8. The campaign aims to promote free software while educating members of the public about the restrictive nature of this proprietary operating system, as well as to inform them of Windows 8's dangerous privacy and security risks.

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