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Blog Entry GNU Spotlight with Karl Berry
by Zak Rogoff published Jun 02, 2013
19 new GNU releases this month (as of May 28, 2013):
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Blog Entry Tor relay reinstated in the Kilton Library: a win for free software-based anonymity
by Zak Rogoff published Sep 16, 2015
In July, Kilton Library in Lebanon, New Hampshire set up a relay server in the Tor network, which lets Internet users surf the Web anonymously. Tor is relied on every day by whistleblowers, journalists, and dissidents in oppressive regimes, and each relay makes the network stronger. This was the first time a library had set up a relay, and the FSF was excited to see the public institution participating.
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The Free JavaScript campaign
by Zak Rogoff last modified Apr 06, 2015 01:26 PM
When looking to ensure that our computers are running free software, we usually turn our attention to the operating system and programs we install. Increasingly, we also need to look at the Web sites we visit. Simply visiting many sites loads software onto your computer, primarily JavaScript, that carry proprietary licenses. If we want to be able to browse the Web without running nonfree software, we need to work together to call for change.
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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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Privacy -- who needs it?
by Zak Rogoff last modified Nov 24, 2015 11:42 AM
Located in Bulletins / 2015 / fall
News Item Octet Stream GNU ethical criteria for code repositories emphasize privacy, freedom, and copyleft
by Zak Rogoff published Oct 16, 2015
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Friday, October 16th, 2015 -- Today the Free Software Foundation and the GNU Project announced the first version of criteria for evaluating services that host free software source code repositories for distribution and collaborative development. Developed with the leadership of Richard Stallman and GNU volunteers, the criteria provide a framework for code repositories to ensure that they respect their users in a manner consonant with the values of the free software movement, and for users to hold these crucial institutions accountable.
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Blog Entry What do you have to say? Share it at LibrePlanet 2016
by Zak Rogoff published Oct 02, 2015 last modified Nov 16, 2015 11:06 AM
LibrePlanet 2016 is coming! Next year's conference will be held March 19-20, 2016 in the Boston area. The call for proposals has been extended to November 23rd. General registration and exhibitor registration will open later in October.
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Blog Entry Encryption: probably better than a box of chocolates
by Zak Rogoff published Feb 12, 2016 last modified Feb 12, 2016 10:50 AM
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 Troff document Wherever you are, we want you to be part of LibrePlanet
by Zak Rogoff published Mar 13, 2015
The free software movement is a global phenomenon, and we want the LibrePlanet conference to reflect that. That's why, wherever you are, you are invited to participate remotely by watching the livestream and participating in the discussion via chat.
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Free Software Supporter número 60, marzo 2013
by Zak Rogoff published Apr 08, 2013
Bienvenida, bienvenido al Free Software Supporter, el boletín mensual de la Free Software Foundation que te mantiene informado de las últimas novedades y actividades de la fundación. Lo leen tú y otros 67,893 activistas (¡776 lectores más que el mes pasado!).
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