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News Item Gift giving gnu advises shoppers to "give freely"
by Free Software Foundation published Dec 20, 2013
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Friday, December 20th, 2013 -- Yesterday, Free Software Foundation activists visited the Boston Apple store to raise awareness of more ethical alternatives for technology gifts. The activists were accompanied by a gnu (the free software movement's buffalo-like mascot) and sported Santa hats in the spirit of the season. Shoppers were surprised to see such an unusual Santa, and many took stickers and copies of the FSF's "Giving Guide," which contains tips for purchasing tech gifts that respect computer users' freedom, privacy and security.
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News Item Free Software Foundation statement on Heartbleed vulnerability
by Free Software Foundation published Apr 08, 2014
Today, news broke of a major security vulnerability in OpenSSL. The bug, which is being referred to as "heartbleed", allows unauthorized access to information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure much of the Internet. In response to the news, Free Software Foundation executive director John Sullivan made the following statement:
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Adam Leibson
by Free Software Foundation published Aug 27, 2015 last modified Aug 27, 2015 04:44 PM — filed under:
Adam interned with the campaigns team in the summer of 2015.
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2013 Holiday Giving Guide
by Zak Rogoff last modified Oct 24, 2014 03:09 PM
Установите программы, поддерживающие ODF
by ineiev published Jun 18, 2015
Поскольку ODF — это стандарт, любым разработчикам позволено создавать всевозможные программы, которые могут создавать документы в этом формате.
Located in Русский / Campaigns / Open Document
Blog Entry Software that supports your body should always respect your freedom
by Miriam Bastian published Nov 03, 2023
Software that controls your body should always respect your freedom. This article is a recap of scandals of medical devices, like hearing aids, insulin pumps, bionic eyes, and pacemakers, and what we can learn from them. It's astonishing: you wouldn't expect these devices to be run by software in such a way that they can leave you completely helpless.
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the problem with the iPhone
by Ward Vandewege published Jan 12, 2007 last modified May 17, 2010 04:45 PM
The iPhone will be a walled garden.
Located in Blogs / Community
Free Software Supporter - Issue 157, May 2021
by Free Software Foundation published May 03, 2021
Located in Free Software Supporter / 2021
It's not just about privacy
by John Sullivan last modified Sep 23, 2020 01:30 AM
Located in Bulletins / 2019 / Spring
The most important work for freedom that this culture has seen in generations
by Matt Lee published Jan 27, 2011
"The Free Software Foundation and Richard Stallman's work represents the most important work for freedom that this culture, the American culture, has seen in many many generations because it takes the ideas of freedom and it removes it from the ivory tower, and it removes it from lawyers, and places it in a community—a technology community—that is one of the most important communities defining the contours of freedom that most people in our culture and increasingly around the world will know." — Lawrence Lessig, founder of Creative Commons.
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