BadVista campaign

Bad Vista

The BadVista campaign is an advocate for the freedom of computer users, opposing adoption of Microsoft Windows Vista and promoting free (as in freedom) software alternatives.

Fight DRM

DefectiveByDesign.org is a broad-based anti-DRM campaign that is targeting Big Media, unhelpful manufacturers and DRM distributors. The campaign aims to make all manufacturers wary about bringing their DRM-enabled products to market. DRM products have features built-in that restrict what jobs they can do. These products have been intentionally crippled from the users’ perspective, and are therefore “defective by design”. This campaign will identify these defective products, and target them for elimination. Our aim is the abolition of DRM as a social practice.

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Codev2 and Eben Inspiration

Lawrence Lessig updated his book “Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace“. Download Codev2.

Recently we read Eben Moglens speech “Free Software and the Death of Proprietary Culture” and now lets check out his keynote address, titled “Software and Community in the Early 21st Century” presented at Plone Conference 2006 on October 25, 2006 in Seattle, WA. You can read the transcript by Geof Glass on his blog “Eben Moglen on Free Software and Social Justice“.

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A Five Minute Guide to Opposing DRM

I’ve been covering the Free Software Foundation’s Defective By Designcampaign against Digital Rights Management (DRM) technologies since its planning stages. …

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For Educations Sake

Richard M Stallman-What should it mean to promote free software? Towards the end of this speech Richard explains why its …

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RMS Calls to Liberate Cyberspace

“Proprietary software is an antisocial practice”. Henri Poole writes “In an interview with Groklaw’s Sean Daly at GPLv3 Conference in …

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Defective by Design

Newsforge has the story FSF launches anti-DRM campaign outside WinHEC 2006 The Free Software Foundation (FSF) launched its anti-Digital Rights …

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