The Free Software Foundation has responded to Microsoft's privacy and encryption announcement, explaining that, in fact, it's all in vain. Microsoft has made some promises regarding an effort to protect customer data from government snooping, but the Free Software Foundation thinks that everything they've said is actua... (read more)
"The Free Software Foundation has a Twitter account. Surprised? So am I, in a negative way, of course. And I will explain why on this post. I first learned about the Twitter account on IRC. I was hanging around in the #fsf channel on Freenode, when someone mentioned that "...
Do you believe that control over our computers is important to a free society? Do you want to help people learn why proprietary software and Digital Restrictions Management are harmful? Do you want to fight for software freedom?
The Free Software Foundation is looking for a summer intern to work with the campaigns team to promote and defend free software.
Phoronix: Free Software Foundation Endorses Its First Laptop
The Free Software Foundation today has come out for "the first time we've ever been able to encourage people to buy and use a laptop as-is." The Free Software Foundation now backs one laptop model as respecting the customer's freedoms, but are the hardware specs any good?..
The Free Software Foundation Latin America has sent out an announcement for its 2.6.33-libre kernel distribution. "Linux hasn't been Free Software since 1996, when Mr Torvalds accepted the first pieces of non-Free Software in the distributions of Linux he has published since 1991. Over thes...
BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Wednesday, November 27, 2013 -- The
Free Software Foundation (FSF) today announced its 2013 Giving
Guide, a resource for conscientious shoppers looking for geeky
gifts that respect users' freedom.
Did you know about Free Software Foundation before. If not, here is a brief intro about that.
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is a nonprofit corporation with a worldwide mission to promote computer user freedom and to defend the rights of all free software users. This organisation is founded by Richard Stallmam in 1985.
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The Linux Foundation today announced a free Linux training Webinar series and an expanded set of courses and course locations for its existing training program. There is no coincidence that this shortly follows the Foundation’s recent jobs board announcement.