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DATE 2018-06-19
FROM From: "Georgia Young, FSF"
SUBJECT Subject: [Hangout - NYLXS] Announcing FSF's Spring Bulletin and support drive
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*Read and share online: *

Dear Ruben Safir,

The biannual Free Software Foundation (FSF) *Bulletin* is now
[available online][0]. We hope you find it enlightening and
entertaining!

[0]: https://www.fsf.org/bulletin/2018/spring

You are one of our valued donors, and we deeply appreciate your
giving. Together, we have been proactively building a future where
computer users are in control, while also reacting to immediate
threats to our digital freedoms. Our associate membership program
provides crucial, ongoing support that ensures the FSF's financial
stability, making our work possible. Will you take the next step and
[join us as an associate member
today](https://my.fsf.org/join?pk_campaign=spring18&pk_kwd=doem)?



Free software activists count on the FSF to play a role no other
organization can: we refuse to compromise our values, we directly
support free software development via the GNU Project, and we defend
copyleft in the form of the GNU General Public License (GPL). We, in
turn, count on you to provide the energy and resources that drive us.

So far this year, your financial support:

* amplified the voice of free software in public conversations about
net neutrality, Facebook privacy abuses, and high profile
security compromises;

* fought Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) by storming the US
Digital Millennium Copyright Act exemptions process to not only
support every exemption, but be the sole organization arguing for
abolition of the whole charade;

* made major improvements to the infrastructure powering hundreds of
GNU and other free software projects;

* funded important technical work to help free JavaScript on the Web;

* enabled certification of two more products according to the
standards of our Respects Your Freedom program, put dozens more in
the pipeline, and advanced a plan to scale the program to its full
potential; and

* helped policymakers and companies embrace the GPL -- the state of
California and the US Department of Defense have both made strong
moves in this area, and we expect more to follow suit.

Thank you for your continued support.

Happy hacking,

Georgia Young
Program Manager

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Read and share online: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/get-the-latest-in-libre-from-the-fsf-bulletin/



Dear Ruben Safir,



The biannual Free Software Foundation (FSF) Bulletin is now
available online. We hope you find it enlightening and
entertaining!



You are one of our valued donors, and we deeply appreciate your
giving. Together, we have been proactively building a future where
computer users are in control, while also reacting to immediate
threats to our digital freedoms. Our associate membership program
provides crucial, ongoing support that ensures the FSF's financial
stability, making our work possible. Will you take the next step and
join us as an associate member
today
?





Free software activists count on the FSF to play a role no other
organization can: we refuse to compromise our values, we directly
support free software development via the GNU Project, and we defend
copyleft in the form of the GNU General Public License (GPL). We, in
turn, count on you to provide the energy and resources that drive us.



So far this year, your financial support:




  • amplified the voice of free software in public conversations about
    net neutrality, Facebook privacy abuses, and high profile
    security compromises;


  • fought Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) by storming the US
    Digital Millennium Copyright Act exemptions process to not only
    support every exemption, but be the sole organization arguing for
    abolition of the whole charade;


  • made major improvements to the infrastructure powering hundreds of
    GNU and other free software projects;


  • funded important technical work to help free JavaScript on the Web;


  • enabled certification of two more products according to the
    standards of our Respects Your Freedom program, put dozens more in
    the pipeline, and advanced a plan to scale the program to its full
    potential; and


  • helped policymakers and companies embrace the GPL -- the state of
    California and the US Department of Defense have both made strong
    moves in this area, and we expect more to follow suit.





Thank you for your continued support.



Happy hacking,



Georgia Young

Program Manager







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