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Event MODIFIED: Roaming teach-in for digital freedom
by Zak Rogoff last modified Jul 05, 2017 06:43 PM
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Blog Entry text/texmacs [No longer accepting applications] Call for a volunteer--Use your Web skills to protect users' rights
by Zak Rogoff published May 18, 2017 last modified May 19, 2017 03:54 PM
Everyone deserves a World Wide Web which provides useful services without threatening their privacy or their right to inspect all the software they run. But the Web today is far from that ideal.
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Blog Entry What's a cryptovalentine?
by Zak Rogoff published Feb 14, 2017 last modified Feb 14, 2017 02:28 PM
Roses are red, violets are blue; I use free software to encrypt my online communication and you can too.
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Blog Entry Be the envy of the Internet with a shiny FSF member badge
by Zak Rogoff published Dec 23, 2016
Associate members are the roots of the Free Software Foundation. To recognize their contribution to computer user freedom, the FSF offers them benefits, like the digital "member since" badge. The badge just got a new look for 2017:
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Blog Entry Tear the wrapping paper off the 2016 Ethical Tech Giving Guide
by Zak Rogoff published Nov 23, 2016
Give freedom-respecting gifts this year.
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by Zak Rogoff published Dec 30, 2016 last modified Dec 30, 2016 10:25 PM
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Free software at the wheel
by Zak Rogoff published Jan 09, 2017
Located in Bulletins / 2016 / fall
News Item Web DRM standard moves to next phase of development, FSF's Defective by Design campaign to continue opposition
by Zak Rogoff published Jul 06, 2016
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA — Wednesday, July 6, 2016 — Despite dedicated resistance by tens of thousands of Web users and civil society groups, Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee allowed Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) to move to the next phase of development within the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) yesterday.
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Blog Entry Octet Stream Tell EU regulators: Net neutrality isn't just for the US and India!
by Zak Rogoff published Jun 24, 2016 last modified Jun 29, 2016 10:50 AM
Net neutrality exists when Internet service providers (ISPs) must allow equal access to everything on the Web, rather than favoring some sites over others. It's a bedrock condition for Internet freedom, but ISPs generally oppose it because it prevents them from charging companies extra for privileged access to the network -- making a video from one Web site load faster than video on other sites, for example.
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Blog Entry Building a better LibrePlanet: What we learned from the conference surveys
by Zak Rogoff published Jun 21, 2016
For the last three years, we've surveyed attendees of the LibrePlanet conference about their experience, and applied that feedback to the next conference. We'd like to share what we've learned from the results of the past few surveys, and from the process of designing them.
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