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01 August 2014:

Free Software has progressed in leaps and bounds since we founded FSFE in 2001. But we still have a long way to go until we can all be in control of our computing, our data, and our digital lives.

[Blog] Report from our German speaking team meeting 2014

11 July 2014:

From 13 – 15 June 2014 FSFE had its German speaking team meeting in the Linuxhotel in Essen. The participants had some problems to travel there because of the chaos resulting from a heavy thunderstorm in the region. A lot of train lines where not functional, and the situation on the streets was also chaotic. But just because no ICE trains stop in Essen does not mean we will not continue our work for Free Software. In the end we were able to bring all volunteers to the Linuxhotel to plan further activities and discuss current issues.

[Blog] Translations of FSF's email self-defence now available

30 June 2014:

Today our sister organisation, the FSF, published their e-mail self defence guide and their infographic in 6 new languages. It is now available in English, German, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Russian, Turkish, and Japanese. They explain the installation of the necessary programs for e-mail encryption under GNU/Linux, MacOS, and Microsoft Windows; the key generation; the web of trust; as well as the usage of those programs. All you need is a computer with an Internet connection, an email account, and about half an hour. Please give us feedback, so we can include that before printing the infographics, and help us to spread them.

Open Letter to European Commission: Stop DRM in HTML5

06 May 2014:

On today's "Day against DRM", the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) has sent an open letter to the European Commission, asking the EC to prevent Digital Restrictions Management technology from being closely integrated with the HTML5 standard.

FSFE welcomes industry initiative to fund critical Free Software projects

24 April 2014:

Today the Linux Foundation announced the "Core Infrastructure Initiative" to fund and support Free Software projects that are critical to the security of Internet users. The first project to receive funding will be OpenSSL, which is used for secure data transportation by millions of websites. FSFE welcomes this initiative.

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Fellowshipvergadering in Rhein/Main, Duitsland

03 September 2014

Op 3 september organiseert de Fellowshipgroep Rhein/Main haar volgende bijeenkomst. Rond 19:00 uur komen we samen in de Weinhaus Stegmann, Aschaffenburg.

Fellowshipvergadering in Rhein/Main, Duitsland

01 October 2014

Op 1 oktober organiseert de Fellowshipgroep Rhein/Main haar volgende bijeenkomst. Rond 19:00 uur komen we samen in de Café Albatros, Frankfurt.

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