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by Matt Lee Contributions Published on Aug 11, 2010 11:59 AM
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News Item World Wide Web Consortium takes next step with controversial DRM proposal, Defective by Design condemns decision by libby — last modified May 09, 2013 03:04 PM
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Thursday, May 9, 2013 -- The HTML Working Group of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) today released a First Public Working Draft of the controversial Encrypted Media Extension (EME) specification, despite massive opposition from public interest organizations and members of the public.
Blog Entry C source code header Free software advocacy internships: Apply by May 15th by libby — last modified May 08, 2013 06:03 PM
Do you believe that control over our computers is important to a free society? Do you want to help people learn why proprietary software and Digital Restrictions Management are harmful? Do you want to fight for software freedom?
Blog Entry GNU Spotlight with Karl Berry by libby — last modified May 08, 2013 10:29 AM
35 new GNU releases this month (as of April 30, 2013)
News Item chemical/x-molconn-Z "Oscar" awarded to W3C for Best Supporting Role in "The Hollyweb" by libby — last modified Jun 25, 2013 05:39 PM
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Friday, May 3, 2013 -- Today, the Free Software Foundation's Defective by Design (www.defectivebydesign.org) campaign rolled out the red carpet and staged an impromptu awards ceremony during a petition delivery action outside of the W3C's offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Blog Entry The W3C's Soul at Stake by Richard M. Stallman — last modified May 02, 2013 02:07 PM
The World Wide Web consortium is considering a proposal to specify standards for HTML extensions to implement Digital Restrictions Management (DRM). The proposal is supported by Netflix, Microsoft, Google and the BBC.
News Item Pascal source code FSF-certified to Respect Your Freedom: ThinkPenguin USB Wifi adapter with Atheros chip by Joshua Gay — last modified May 01, 2013 09:29 AM
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA — Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 — The Free Software Foundation (FSF) today awarded Respects Your Freedom (RYF) certification to the TPE-N150USB Wireless N USB Adapter, sold by ThinkPenguin. The RYF certification mark means that the product meets the FSF's standards in regard to users' freedom, control over the product, and privacy. The TPE-N150USB can be purchased from http://www.thinkpenguin.com/TPE-N150USB. Software certification focused primarily on the firmware for the Atheros AR9271 chip used on the adapter.
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