Free Software Foundation Europe
19 December 2014:
The European Parliament has approved funding for several projects related to Free Software and privacy. In the EU budget for 2015, which the European Parliament adopted on December 17, the Parliamentarians have allocated up to one million Euro for a project to audit Free Software programs in use at the Commission and the Parliament in order to identify and fix security vulnerabilities.
18 December 2014:
We shape tomorrow's world by what we do today. FSFE helps people to
understand how technology affects their rights and freedoms, and
empowers them to determine their own path in the digital world. See
what we achieved in 2014, and where we're going next!
18 December 2014:
April, France's leading Free Software advocacy organisation, was founded 18 years ago today.April was set up in December 1996 by students in a Paris university as a not-for-profit group to promote Free Software in computer science research.
12 December 2014:
A study released on Friday says that the European Parliament must adopt Free
Software and Open
Standards in order to fulfil its transparency obligations. The
authors conclude that "the Rules of Procedure of the European
Parliament should whenever possible make Free Software and Open
Standards mandatory for all systems and data used for the work of
03 December 2014:
Free Software Foundation Europe is a pan-European charity,
established in 2001 to empower users to control technology. To enable the
organisation to intensify its work with the European Commission and to let more
people know about Free Software, the FSFE needs another €190,000 for its work
in 2015. Next year, the FSFE will push harder than ever to weave software
freedom into the fabric of our society.
07 January 2015
On Wednesday, 7 January, the Fellowship group Rhein/Main
will meet in the Café Albatros in Frankfurt. We will meet there around 19:00 h.
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