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For twenty years, the Free Software Foundation (FSF) and the GNU Project have presented the Free Software Awards as a way of honoring people and projects who have advanced the movement or created free software programs that serve crucial societal needs.
"Intelligent tracking prevention": New Safari privacy measure still doesn't measure up to GNU IceCat
34 years ago today, Richard Stallman announced the launch of the GNU Project, an operating system developed specifically for the sake of users' freedom.
Here at the Free Software Foundation, we've been planning for LibrePlanet 2018, and guess what? It's the tenth anniversary of this free software community conference, and it's happening March 24th-25th, 2018 in the Boston area!
Today Apple announced the arrival of several new iPhone models and other updated gadgets. As usual, the phones were revealed with great fanfare -- but from the glass exterior down to its guts, the new iPhone is just another freedom-restricting trap for unsuspecting users.
I wrapped up my summer travel with a trip to Montreal, Quebec (Canada) for DebConf 17. This was my fourth time attending the annual Debian conference--which changes countries each year--and my first time presenting.
With my summer internship coming to a close and new days on the horizon, I'd like to share about my experiences as a systems administration intern at the FSF.