Free Software Foundation president Richard Stallman (RMS) was in
Denmark in May 2019.
After a visit to the beach in nearby Slettestrand the day before, RMS went to Aalborg, where he delivered his speech “Free software and your freedom”1 at Aalborg University (AAU), on May 6th.
Photos courtesy of Aalborg University (copyright © 2019, CC BY 4.0).
The next day, he went on to Odense, where he gave his speech
“The danger of mass surveillance” at Syddansk Universitet
(the University of Southern Denmark, or SDU). Next, he
headed on to Copenhagen, where he gave the following three speeches.
On May 8th, he was at the
IT-Universitetet i København (IT University of
Copenhagen, or ITU) to give his speech “Free Software and
your freedom in computing,” to an audience of about three
Photos courtesy of ITU Innovators (copyright © 2019, CC BY 4.0).
On May 9th, he was in the
Lundbeckfond Auditorium of the Copenhagen Biocenter, at Københavns
Universitet (University of Copenhagen, or KU), to give
his speech “Computing,
freedom, and privacy.”
Photos courtesy of the University of Copenhagen (copyright © 2019, CC BY 4.0).
On May 10th, he gave his speech
"Should we have more surveillance than the USSR?" at Danmarks Tekniske
Universitet (the Technical University of Denmark, or DTU).
On the day after that, while still in Copenhagen, he visited the
Danish-French School, which is the only school in Denmark that we are aware of to
use free software exclusively.
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1. The recording will soon be posted on our audio-video archive.↩