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Freedom Embedded: Why privacy, security, and user rights depend on software freedom

by Dana Morgenstein Contributions Published on Sep 10, 2019 12:14 PM
When Sep 12, 2019

from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM
Where Somerville, MA

Please join us for a presentation this Thursday in Somerville! Free Software Foundation (FSF) campaigns manager Greg Farough and copyright and licensing associate Craig Topham will be giving a presentation entitled "Freedom Embedded: Why privacy, security, and user rights depend on software freedom" at 18:30 at:

  Artisan's Asylum
  10 Tyler Street
  Somerville, Massachusetts, 02143

The event is free to members of Artisan's Asylum, with a $10 suggested donation from the public at the door.

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