29 August 2015:
FSFE supports the publication of the User
Data Manifesto 2.0, which aims at defining basic rights for
people to control their own data in the internet age. The
manifesto is published today and also supported by GNOME, KDE,
Netzpolitik.org, ownCloud, Spreed, “Terms of Service - Didn’t
Read” and X-Lab.
17 August 2015:
In April 2015, we announced a change in the relationship between Kern
Sibbald and the FSFE owing to the cancellation of the Fiduciary
License Agreement (FLA) between Kern and the FSFE which previously
made the FSFE a fiduciary for copyrights in the Bacula software.
04 August 2015:
After some discontinuity, FSFE will start again to interview their sustaining members. This way, we like to show you who we are, where we come from and what we stand for. This month and as the first in our new series, we interviewed Neil McGovern, FSFE from the United Kingdom. Neil has been working in the Open Rights Group and was recently elected as Debian Project Leader (DPL). Read about his role as DPL, his engagement in Free Software as well as on political levels.
16 June 2015:
In an important step towards modernising the EU's copyright laws, the
Legal Affairs committee of the European Parliament on Tuesday adopted
a report on the Copyright Directive by MEP Julia Reda.
05 June 2015:
On June 16th, the European Parliament's Legal Affairs committee will vote on a report with a number of groundbreaking recommendations for copyright reform.