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How do we get our less nerdy friends to use encryption?
by Zak Rogoff published Apr 06, 2015 last modified Jun 12, 2015 03:35 PM
Located in Bulletins / 2014 / spring
Blog Entry Troff document Wherever you are, we want you to be part of LibrePlanet
by Zak Rogoff published Mar 13, 2015
The free software movement is a global phenomenon, and we want the LibrePlanet conference to reflect that. That's why, wherever you are, you are invited to participate remotely by watching the livestream and participating in the discussion via chat.
Located in Blogs / Community
Blog Entry Troff document One month until LibrePlanet! Pre-order t-shirts through March 9th.
by Zak Rogoff published Feb 27, 2015 last modified Feb 27, 2015 03:31 PM
LibrePlanet is less than a month away, on March 21st and 22nd. We're working hard to prepare the most memorable conference possible, along with our partners at MIT's Student Information Processing Board (SIPB). More people are registering every day, and we'd love for you to be one of them!
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What would a free software world look like?
by Zak Rogoff last modified Feb 23, 2015 05:17 PM
Located in Bulletins / 2014 / fall
Blog Entry Tell Lenovo: respect user freedom and prevent future Superfishes
by Zak Rogoff published Feb 20, 2015
Security experts have discovered a highly threatening vulnerability in software preinstalled on some Windows computers manufactured by Lenovo through January 2015. Extreme negligence on the part of Lenovo and unscrupulous programming by its adware partner Superfish seem to have caused the vulnerability.
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Blog Entry Will you be my cryptovalentine?
by Zak Rogoff published Feb 12, 2015 last modified Feb 13, 2015 05:15 PM
Roses are red, violets are blue; I use free software to encrypt my online communication and so should you.
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Blog Entry FSF JavaScript guidelines picked up by Posteo Webmail
by Zak Rogoff published Feb 06, 2015
Over the last few months, Webmail provider Posteo has been working with the FSF to license and tag all JavaScript on their Web site and Webmail system so that it is immediately identifiable as free software. They have also done everything possible to ensure that it is 100% compatible with the GNU LibreJS browser extension, which automatically blocks any potentially nonfree JavaScript, making it easy to browse the Web in freedom. This is an outstanding effort in defense of the freedom of Posteo's users, and the company deserves recognition for it. We hope others will follow their lead.
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Blog Entry text/x-sh You've brought us this far. One last push before Sunday.
by Zak Rogoff published Jan 30, 2015
Thirty years. That's how long the FSF has been educating, organizing, and hacking for computer user freedom worldwide. Not one of those years would have been possible without the international community of inspired supporters like you.
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Blog Entry These pictures are worth 1,024 words
by Zak Rogoff published Jan 13, 2015 last modified Jan 28, 2015 01:18 PM
Today we're launching a new way to express the importance of free software and GNU -- shareable badges.
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Blog Entry Help the User Lib video go global
by Zak Rogoff published Jan 09, 2015 last modified Feb 16, 2015 10:34 AM
We want you to be able share our new video, User Lib, with your friends, family and colleagues no matter what language they speak. Since we released our new animated video introducing the concept and importance of free software, requests for subtitles and offers to translate have poured in.
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