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Blog Entry chemical/x-pdb CiviCRM: a key part of the free software movement
by Zak Rogoff published Oct 14, 2015
At the CiviCRM User Summit on the weekend of September 24th, I got to meet the faces behind the software that powers the Free Software Foundation's communication. CiviCRM is the leading free software CRM (constituent relationship management) software, and it's central to our work at the FSF: it sends every email we write and receives every petition signature and every donation you send us.
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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 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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Blog Entry Help a friend skip Windows 10 and try GNU/Linux
by Zak Rogoff published Sep 10, 2015
We can't stop all the millions of people who are installing Windows 10 right now, but we can influence our friends and family to skip Windows and join us in the free world. As you know, Windows 10 puts those that use it under the thumb of Microsoft, while free software treats users as equals and gives them control over their digital lives.
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Blog Entry You're invited: 30th birthday party and mini-conference
by Zak Rogoff published Jul 24, 2015 last modified Oct 02, 2015 05:45 PM
As you may already know, this is the Free Software Foundation's thirtieth year fighting for computer user freedom. It has been a great year already, with our biggest LibrePlanet conference ever and an article about GNU in the New Yorker. But what's a birthday without a party?
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Event FSF 30th anniversary party
by Zak Rogoff last modified Jul 15, 2015 04:01 PM
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Event Meetup - with FSF campaigns manager Zak Rogoff (Phoenix, AZ)
by Zak Rogoff published Jul 13, 2015
Phoenix, AZ -- The Duce, 525 S Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004
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Interview: Graphic designer Reda Lazri
by Zak Rogoff published Jul 08, 2015
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Blog Entry One year of encryption with the Email Self-Defense guide
by Zak Rogoff published Jun 05, 2015 last modified Jun 05, 2015 06:40 PM
Two years ago today, Edward Snowden tipped the first domino in a chain that led to a historic international conversation about the role of surveillance in modern life. One year ago today, we launched Email Self-Defense, an infographic and guide to encrypting your email with free software to protect your privacy and resist bulk surveillance.
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Blog Entry C source code header Asking Obama to protect encryption, and why that's not enough
by Zak Rogoff published May 22, 2015 last modified May 26, 2015 03:07 PM
This week the FSF added our signature to a coalition letter addressed to Barack Obama, calling on him to reject any proposal to systematically undermine the encryption used to secure digital devices and software made in the US.
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