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Richard Stallman at the Free Technology Academy until May 22nd

by John Sullivan Contributions Published on May 06, 2011 03:06 PM
FSF president and founder Richard M. Stallman is giving a video Guest Lecture and answering questions at the Free Technology Academy (FTA) campus, until May 22nd.

In his lecture, Stallman dives into current attacks on the freedoms of software users, such as Digital Restrictions Management (DRM), software patents, and ACTA.

The lecture is designed for people familiar with the basic concepts of free software. To help get up to speed, there are some introductory documents and videos linked to from the Guest Lecture page.

Everyone is invited to join in the discussion and ask Stallman about the topics covered by his presentation. The last questions will be answered on May 22nd, so they should be submitted before that.

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