Today, May 3rd 2013, is the international day against Digital Restrictions Management (DRM). Usually, the term DRM refers to various restrictions that companies – or any other content provider – impose on digital media and data. These restrictions are there to let providers decide what you can do with your media and data and what not. This blog entry sheds light on a related issue: the loss of digital and physical control of your own device.
Виртуални свет без Слободног Софтвера је као град у којем сте обавезни да имате употребну дозволу за сваки тротоар. Требамо заједничка добра и у виртуелном свету.
Reinhard Wiesemann - Linuxhotel
22 to 25 May 2013
22 to 26 May 2013
01 to 02 June 2013
For the first time, FSFE will participate in the Coliberator conference in Bucharest, Romania.
At the invitation of FSFE's associate organisation Ceata Karsten Gerloff will speak about technology, power and control. He will also describe FSFE's work to build public awareness for Free Software, and to create the foundations of a free information society.