StopDRM.info press release - Paris, June 9th 2006 -- Several events have been slated to take place this weekend throughout the world in protest against the digital padlocking of culture through technical means of protection (DRM or MTP).
Hazmat Suits Greet Microsoft Developers As They Gather For Annual Conference
Barcelona, Spain - June 22nd & 23rd
Please sign the EFF's petition in favor of music sharing.
You can listen to and watch online the proceedings of the 2nd International GPLv3 Conference, part of the Seventh International Free Software Forum.
The award was given at the FSF's annual members meeting in Boston, MA
DADVSI code : Vivendi Universal strikes back, fight the Dark Side of copyright with us!
The GNU General Public License stands firm.
"GPLv3 and the future of the free software movement"
lists.gnu.org has resumed normal delivery.
Porto Alegre, Brazil - April 21st & 22nd.
It's like the DMCA, but worse.
The government of France is considering amending a proposed law so that it would prohibit much, or potentially all, free software. Updated February 2, 2006.
"I therefore urge the Boston Public Library to terminate its association with OverDrive Audio Books, and adopt a policy of refusing to be agents for the propagation of Digital Restrictions Management."
A new version of the Broadcast Flag bill seems to give the FCC and broadcasters the authority to regulate the transfer of legally obtained digital audio from the receiving device to any other device, including your computer.
Boston Massachusetts, USA - Wednesday January 25, 2006. At the ceremony for the 2005 Free Software Awards, Richard Stallman presented Andrew Tridgell with the award for the advancement of free software.