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Blog Entry Bringing the free software vision to 2020
by John Sullivan published Dec 27, 2019 last modified Dec 27, 2019 06:40 PM
Located in Blogs / Community
Building ethical software based on the four freedoms
by John Sullivan published Dec 24, 2019
Located in Bulletins / 2019 / Fall
It's not just about privacy
by John Sullivan last modified Jun 21, 2019 01:00 PM
Located in Bulletins / 2019 / Spring
How and why the FSF drives free software development
by John Sullivan published Nov 12, 2018
While much of the public attention the FSF receives focuses on our activist campaigns and our advocacy work, associate members who join the FSF as a way to "give back" for all the free software they use should feel confident that their support will indeed help produce more of that software. Here are three ways in which the FSF drives free software development.
Located in Bulletins / 2018 / Fall
News Item FSF statement on Microsoft joining the Open Invention Network
by John Sullivan published Oct 10, 2018
For many years, the Free Software Foundation (FSF) has called on Microsoft to cease its use of computational idea patents to aggressively intimidate free software developers, distributors, and users. Today, these calls have met with some tentative success.
Located in FSF News
Fifteen years of FSF associate members
by John Sullivan published Jun 18, 2018
Located in Bulletins / 2018
Respecting freedom is better for business
by John Sullivan published Dec 19, 2017
The GNU General Public License (GPL) does not exist to maximize a company's ability to make money compared to proprietary mechanisms. Making money at the expense of people's freedom is not an ethical way to make money, and the overriding purpose of the GPL is to protect computer user freedom when the surrounding laws are failing to do so.
Located in Bulletins / 2017 / Fall
Blog Entry How we are addressing a mistake we made while running defectivebydesign.org
by John Sullivan published Nov 03, 2017
Located in Blogs / From the FSF's Executive Director
Copyleft's decline: A claim without evidence
by John Sullivan published Jul 10, 2017
Located in Bulletins / 2017 / Spring
Free software takes root in the White House gardens
by John Sullivan published Jan 09, 2017
Located in Bulletins / 2016 / fall

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