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Wed, 04 Mar 2009 20:53:04 +0100
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[FSF] Raise awareness of "Economic Parasites", Brussels, Thursday 5th 8am
Wed, 04 Mar 2009 18:20:25 +0000
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If you could be in Brussels between 8am and 9:30am tomorrow (Thursday 5th),
please contact ciaran[at]fsf.org (GSM: +32 487 64 17 54).
EndSoftwarePatents.org will be launching the "Economic Parasites" campaign
and our first action will be to inform the attendees of Microsoft's "Growth
and Innovation Day".
Help is needed to hand out leaflets outside the entrance before this event.
Since this is very short notice, if you know someone else who might be happy
to help us, please forward them this email.
Microsoft attacked free software and GNU/Linux users with software patent
claims against the Tom Tom Navigator and its implementation of the FAT file
system. With widespread support for GNU/Linux becoming a reality, are these
patent claims an attempt to chill adoption by spreading fear, uncertainty
and doubt (FUD)? Let's remind businesses and politicians in Brussels that
Microsoft is a parasite.
EndSoftwarePatents is made possible by donations:
And its effectiveness depends on people being aware, and helping:
GSM: +32 487 64 17 54
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