The first 5,000 names have been printed on a four-foot tall "tablet" and shipped to Cupertino. Defective by Design will send a new tablet for every 5,000 signatures.
With new tablet device, Apple's Steve Jobs pushes unprecedented extension of DRM to a new class of general purpose computers
The Free Software Foundation thanks PayPal for responding to its concerns and making its terms more free software friendly.
At the Women in Free Software Summit and the Boston celebration of Software Freedom Day 2009, the FSF kicked off a new video testimonial campaign. See how it went, and help support the campaign by submitting a video response to these questions!
"sinking money and time into proprietary software is inconsistent with the core values of freedom and progress."
FSF announces new bounty program, offering "GNU Bucks" for finding nonfree works in free distributions
Sugar Labs and Free Software Foundation Celebrate Software Freedom Day, Announce Joint Efforts to Promote the Sugar Learning Platform for Children Worldwide
Turtles all the way down to the source code: FSF's Boston Software Freedom Day event to feature Walter Bender
FSF updates list of free GNU/Linux distributions, adding Kongoni and announcing the Trisquel 3.0 release
Windows7Sins.org: Free Software Foundation launches public awareness campaign against Microsoft and proprietary software
The Free Software Foundation will host a mini-summit on Women in Free Software to discuss how the free software community can cultivate and increase participation by women in free software's development and activism communities.
Amazon's CEO Jeff Bezos apologizes for Kindle ebook deletion. Free Software Foundation calls upon Amazon to free the ebook reader.
Last week, Microsoft extended the terms of their Community Promise to implementations of the ECMA 334 and 335 standards. You might think this means it's safe to write your software in C#. However, this promise is full of loopholes, and it's nowhere near enough to make C# safe.
by Richard M. Stallman