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Spring Bulletin Issue 44 now online! Read and share it with your community

by Eko K.A. Owen Contributions Published on Jul 10, 2024 01:49 PM

When we wake up every day to fight for free software, we often have a few things at the front of our minds: what we're up against, how much the work we do now can protect against future threats to computer user freedom, and how committed we are to user freedom for everyone. If you're reading this, these topics are probably on your mind, too. Whether you're a long time reader of the Free Software Bulletin or just delving into the world of free software (in which case, welcome!), our biannual newsletter covers a wide variety of free software issues and explores the many ways in which we use and love free software. We're excited to announce that the Spring 2024 edition of the Free Software Bulletin is now available online for you and everyone who cares about personal freedoms to read and share over email and microblog.

In this issue of the Free Software Bulletin, we'll cover:

A few weeks prior to this online publication of the Free Software Bulletin, we sent out a printed version to free software supporters worldwide. If you received the printed Free Software Bulletin in the mail, please let us know when it arrived and help get the word out by sharing a picture of your copy with the hashtag #FSFBulletin! We love seeing how far the Free Software Bulletin travels and the impact free software has on people's lives around the globe. We encourage you to share your copy with friends and neighbors, leaving it out for visitors to read, or talk to your family members about your experience with free software.

We hope you enjoy reading the Bulletin as much as we enjoyed putting it together, and that it will provide a few ideas on what to talk about with your community, whether they are already involved in free software or not.

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