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News Item iPhone restricts users, GPLv3 frees them
by josh published Jun 28, 2007 last modified Jul 29, 2013 02:53 PM
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Free Software Supporter - Numéro 162, octobre 2021
by Free Software Foundation published Oct 15, 2021
Located in Free Software Supporter / 2021
News Item RealAudio broadcast Coalition against Digital Restrictions Management ready to go for May 4th Day Against DRM
by Matt Lee published May 03, 2012 last modified May 04, 2012 06:08 PM
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Thursday, May 3, 2012 -- Defective by Design will hold its annual International Day Against DRM on Friday, May 4th, targeting the use of Digital Restrictions Management on ebooks. Several other organizations have joined to express their concern for the freedoms of authors and readers, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Creative Commons, O'Reilly Media, No Starch Press, the Accessible Computing Foundation, Libre Graphics Magazine, Fight for the Future, Angry Robot Books, APRIL, the Free Software Foundation and its sister organizations, FSF France, FSF India and FSF Europe.
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Blog Entry Free Software Supporter - Número 78, septiembre de 2014
by wtheaker last modified Oct 07, 2014 04:25 PM
Bienvenida, bienvenido, al Free Software Supporter, el boletín mensual de la Free Software Foundation, que te mantiene informada/o de las últimas novedades y actividades de la fundación -- leído por tí y 83,090 otros activistas. ¡Son 653 más que en el mes pasado!
Located in Free Software Supporter / 2014
Blog Entry Pascal source code US Department of Justice Investigating Novell/CPTN Deal Further
by Brett Smith published Feb 04, 2011 last modified Feb 04, 2011 10:55 AM
A couple of weeks ago, we posted the OSI and FSF's joint position statement to the US Department of Justice about Novell's proposal to sell its patents to the newly-formed CPTN Holdings. Yesterday we learned that the DOJ has sent a "Second Letter" to both companies, asking them to provide more information about the deal.
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Blog Entry The FSF's approach to using online videos for advocacy
by Greg Farough published Aug 07, 2020
Located in Blogs / Community
Free Software Supporter -- Issue 170, June 2022
by Free Software Foundation published Jun 01, 2022
Located in Free Software Supporter / 2022
Intelligent personal assistant
by Georgia Young published Jan 18, 2017 last modified Jul 26, 2019 03:07 PM
Apple's Siri, Google Now, Cortana, Amazon Echo's Alexa, and other intelligent personal assistants (IPAs) are becoming more pervasive. Whatever convenience they provide comes with unacceptable tradeoffs: The breadth of access to users' data they take in order to operate is enormous, and the user does not have access to the code for either the client (because it's proprietary) or the server (because its code is not distributed).
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News Item Free Software Foundation statement on the GNU Bash "shellshock" vulnerability
by Free Software Foundation published Sep 25, 2014 last modified Sep 30, 2014 12:05 PM
A major security vulnerability has been discovered in the free software shell GNU Bash. The most serious issues have already been fixed, and GNU/Linux distributions are working quickly to release updated packages for their users. All Bash users should upgrade immediately, and audit the list of remote network services running on their systems.
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Free Software Supporter - Issue 136, August 2019
by Free Software Foundation published Aug 01, 2019 last modified Aug 05, 2019 10:10 AM
Welcome to the *Free Software Supporter*, the Free Software Foundation's (FSF) monthly news digest and action update -- being read by you and 210,274 other activists. That's 1,831 more than last month!
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