The Libre Tea Computer Card is a freedom- and environment-friendly hardware project. It needs your support by the end of Friday! https://u.fsf.org/1vx
#DRM-encumbered version of Firefox now available on GNU/Linux. We won't be installing it. Adding DRM to any version was a mistake, as we said when Mozilla announced this in 2014: https://u.fsf.org/z0
#SecureBoot leak reveals a backdoor in a wall that shouldn't exist in the first place. If the user can't disable SB, it's *Restricted* Boot.
Support the Libre Tea Computer Card, a candidate for Respects Your Freedom certification. #RYF https://u.fsf.org/1vk
We hit our 100th Free Software Supporter!
#NetNeutrality is important for a freer 'net. Platforms like GNU MediaGoblin need equal network access to gain users and change the status quo.
Citizens of the world: do you want to help Europe create strong #netneutrality rules? You have 6 days left. https://u.fsf.org/1uj
Free/Libre alternatives to GAFAM's Internet: a review of French initiativesLibrePlanet video available: https://media.libreplanet.org/u/libreplanet/collection/free-libre-alternatives-to-gafam-s-internet-a...
Protect your privacy: Resist mass cracking by US law enforcementRead online: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/protect-your-privacy-resist-mass-cracking-by-us-law-enforcement
In April 2016, the US Supreme Court approved amendments to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure (FRCrmP) that will threaten the privacy of Internet users worldwide. The changes will go into effect December 1, 2016, unless a bipartisan bill called the Stopping Mass Hacking Act* is approved. You can help stop this unprecedented and dangerous expansion of government cracking authority!
* "Hacking" is often misused to identify those who break computer security - we call them crackers.*
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GNU Spotlight: Seventeen new GNU releases in the last month (as of June 24, 2016)Read online: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/gnu-spotlight-seventeen-new-gnu-releases-in-the-last-month-as-of...
Free Software Supporter Issue 99, July 2016Welcome to the Free Software Supporter, the Free Software Foundation's monthly news digest and action update -- being read by you and 110,879 other activists.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Read online: http://www.fsf.org/free-software-supporter/2016/july
- Tell EU regulators: Net neutrality isn't just for the US and India!
- Building a better LibrePlanet: What we learned from the conference surveys
- Do you GNU? Attend the GNU Hackers' Meeting in France this summer!
- Intel & ME, and why we should get rid of ME
- LulzBot TAZ 6 3D printer now FSF-certified to respect your freedom
- The Licensing and Compliance Lab interviews Brett Smith of dtrx
- Licensing resources series: A Quick Guide to GPLv3
- GCC developers are pleased to announce the release of GCC 5.4
- Defending our brand [updated]
- In defense of free software: my case against Lenovo in Mexico
- Economic impact of usage of free software in government – IIMB report
- Progress report on April's campaign around the French "Digital Republic" bill
- Call for participation in the Libre Application Summit sponsored by GNOME
- European Commission's Public Consultation: Revision of the European interoperability framework
- Join the FSF and friends in updating the Free Software Directory
- LibrePlanet featured resource: Action Items
- GNU Spotlight with Brandon Invergo: Seventeen new GNU releases!
- Richard Stallman's speaking schedule
- Thank GNUs!
- Take action with the FSF