The Free Software Foundation has patiently worked with the networking giant on General Public License compliance for too long. No more.
The Free Software Foundation has launched a campaign against Microsoft denouncing its proprietary software...with a Web site that is also largely proprietary.
The Free Software Foundation is making itself irrelevant...again, this time by fighting against Genius Bars everywhere.
New and Noteworthy: FSF plans Anti-Apple DRM rallies; Wibree to challenge Blutooth; Steve Jobs will give keynote speech at Macwo
In cooperation with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and others, the free-software organization calls on the W3C to keep DRM out of Web standards.
The FSF is doing itself no favors by promoting freedom that looks as ugly as it likely sounds.
The 3DS end-user licence agreement states that the big N owns the rights to photos you take using the console, can access your personal data, and can break your device if you play pirated games.
GPLv3 is now at 50 percent permeation of its total addressable market, as it were. That's pretty impressive.
Linus Torvalds is in a bit of a rage as to the politics of GPLv3, and writes accordingly.
Is version 3 of the GNU General Public License asking for too much?