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Free Software Supporter -- Edição 189, Janeiro 2024
by Free Software Foundation published Jan 12, 2024
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Free Software Supporter -- numéro 189, janvier 2024
by Free Software Foundation published Jan 08, 2024 last modified Jan 10, 2024 10:24 AM
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Free Software Supporter - Issue 150, October 2020
by Free Software Foundation published Jan 05, 2024
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Free Software Supporter -- Issue 189, January 2024
by Free Software Foundation published Jan 03, 2024
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Free Software Supporter -- Número 188, diciembre 2023
by Free Software Foundation published Dec 26, 2023
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Free Software Supporter -- Edição 188, Dezembro 2023
by Free Software Foundation published Dec 26, 2023 last modified Dec 26, 2023 06:46 PM
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Blog Entry Troff document Jitsi Meet: An often-overlooked member benefit
by Greg Farough published Dec 06, 2023
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Free Software Supporter -- Numéro 188, décembre 2023
by Free Software Foundation published Dec 05, 2023 last modified Dec 26, 2023 03:16 PM
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Free Software Supporter -- Issue 188, December 2023
by Free Software Foundation published Dec 01, 2023 last modified Dec 26, 2023 01:21 PM
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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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