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From: Therese Godefroy
Subject: www/philosophy copyright-versus-community.html ...
Date: Sun, 19 May 2019 14:23:14 -0400 (EDT)

CVSROOT:        /webcvs/www
Module name:    www
Changes by:     Therese Godefroy <th_g> 19/05/19 14:23:14

Modified files:
        philosophy     : copyright-versus-community.html 
                         freedom-or-copyright.html ough-interview.html 
                         rms-aj.html rms-on-radio-nz.html 

Log message:
        Minor fixes: spelling of 'e-book', quotes, links, header hierarchy,
        redundant announcement, TOC, etc.


Index: copyright-versus-community.html
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@@ -5,14 +5,16 @@
 <!--#include virtual="/philosophy/po/copyright-versus-community.translist" -->
 <!--#include virtual="/server/banner.html" -->
 <h2>Copyright versus Community in the Age of Computer Networks</h2>
-<p>by <strong>Richard Stallman</strong></p>
+<p class="byline">by Richard Stallman</p>
 <p><em>Keynote speech at LIANZA conference, Christchurch Convention Centre, 12
-October 2009</em></p>
+October 2009.<br />
+There is an <a href="/philosophy/copyright-versus-community-2000.html">older
+version</a> of this talk, from 2000.</em></p>
-<blockquote class="announcement"><p>
+<blockquote class="announcement" style="margin-bottom: 2.5em"><p>
 <a href="http://defectivebydesign.org/ebooks.html";>Join our mailing list
-about the dangers of eBooks</a>.
+about the dangers of e-books</a>.
@@ -521,8 +523,8 @@
 but once in a while people manage to demand something.  So they came
 up with a two-stage plan.</p>
-<p>First, take away these freedoms from ebooks, and second, convince
-people to switch from paper books to ebooks.  They've succeeded with
+<p>First, take away these freedoms from e-books, and second, convince
+people to switch from paper books to e-books.  They've succeeded with
 stage 1.</p>
 <p>In the US they did it with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act,
@@ -536,20 +538,20 @@
 <p>One publisher in 2001 had the idea they would make their line of
 ebooks really popular if they started it with my biography.  So they
 found an author and the author asked me if I'd cooperate, and I said
-&ldquo;Only if this ebook is published without encryption, without
+&ldquo;Only if this e-book is published without encryption, without
 DRM&rdquo;.  The publisher wouldn't go along with that, and I just
 stuck to it&mdash;I said no.  Eventually we found another publisher
 who was willing to do this&mdash;in fact willing to publish the book
 under a free license giving you the four freedoms&mdash;so the book
 was then published, and sold a lot of copies on paper.</p>
-<p>But in any case, ebooks failed at the beginning of this decade.
+<p>But in any case, e-books failed at the beginning of this decade.
 People just didn't want to read them very much.  And I said,
 &ldquo;they will try again&rdquo;.  We saw an amazing number of news
 articles about electronic ink (or is it electronic paper, I can never
 remember which), and it occurred to me probably the reason there's so
 many is the publishers want us to think about this.  They want us to
-be eager for the next generation of ebook readers.</p>
+be eager for the next generation of e-book readers.</p>
 <p>Now they're upon us.  Things like the Sony Shreader (its official
 name is the Sony Reader, but if you put on 'sh' it explains what it's
@@ -607,7 +609,7 @@
 <p>I have nothing against distributing books in digital form, if they
 are not designed to take away our freedom.  Strictly speaking, it is
-possible to have an ebook reader:</p>
+possible to have an e-book reader:</p>
 <li>that is not designed to attack you,</li>
@@ -624,7 +626,7 @@
-<p>It's possible, but the big companies really pushing ebooks are
+<p>It's possible, but the big companies really pushing e-books are
 doing it to attack our freedom, and we mustn't stand for that.  This
 is what governments are doing in cahoots with big business to attack
 our freedom, by making copyright harsher and nastier, more restrictive
@@ -942,11 +944,9 @@
 know how because they won't tell us.</p></dd>
+<div class="column-limit"></div>
-<p><a href="/philosophy/copyright-versus-community-2000.html">Click here</a>
-for an older version of this talk from 2000.</p>
+<h3 style="font-size: 1.2em">Footnotes</h3>
 <li id="footnote1">In 2010, the encryption system for digital video output was
 definitively cracked.<br /><a 
@@ -1031,7 +1031,7 @@
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@@ -6,9 +6,11 @@
 <!--#include virtual="/server/banner.html" -->
 <h2>Is Digital Inclusion a Good Thing? How Can We Make Sure It Is?</h2>
-<p><a href="http://www.stallman.org/";>Richard Stallman</a>
-<br />President, Free Software Foundation
+<p class="byline">by <a href="http://www.stallman.org/";>Richard 
+<p><em>This essay was first published in the proceedings of the ITU's 2009
+Kaleidoscope conference in Mar del Plata, Argentina.</em></p>
+<hr class="thin" />
 <h3 id="intro">INTRODUCTION</h3>
@@ -1002,9 +1004,6 @@
-<p><i><b>This essay was first published in the ITU's
-2009 Kaleidoscope conference in Mar del Plata, Argentina</b></i></p>
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@@ -1062,7 +1061,7 @@
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Index: free-digital-society.html
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@@ -7,14 +7,14 @@
 <h2>A Free Digital Society - What Makes Digital Inclusion Good or Bad?</h2>
-<p class="center"> <em>Transcription of a lecture by Richard M. Stallman<br /> 
-at Sciences Po in Paris, October 19, 2011.</em></p> 
+<p class="byline">by Richard Stallman</p>
-<p>(A <a 
-video</a> of this lecture is available.)</p> 
-<p><strong>Table of Contents</strong></p>
+<p><em>Transcription of a lecture at Sciences Po Paris, October 19, 
2011</em>&nbsp; (<a
+<hr class="thin" />
+<div class="summary" style="margin-top: 1em">
+<h3 class="no-display">Table of Contents</h3>
   <li><a href="#intro">Introduction</a></li>
   <li><a href="#surveillance">Surveillance</a></li> 
@@ -30,6 +30,8 @@
   <li><a href="#arts">Supporting the arts</a></li> 
   <li><a href="#rights">Rights in cyberspace</a></li>
+<hr class="no-display" />
 <h3 id="intro">Introduction</h3>
@@ -1065,7 +1067,8 @@
 Foundation through that site. [&hellip;] There is also the Free Software 
 Foundation of Europe fsfe.org. You can join FSF Europe also. [&hellip;]</p>
-<h3 id="footnotes">Footnotes</h3>
+<div class="column-limit"></div>
+<h3 id="footnotes" style="font-size: 1.2em">Footnotes</h3>
   <li id="f1">As of 2017 the patents on playing MP3 files have
@@ -1129,7 +1132,7 @@
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Index: freedom-or-copyright.html
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@@ -6,14 +6,13 @@
 <!--#include virtual="/server/banner.html" -->
 <h2>Freedom&mdash;or Copyright?</h2>
-  by <strong>Richard M. Stallman</strong>
+<p class="byline">by Richard Stallman</p>
 <p><em>This essay addresses how the principles of software freedom
 apply in some cases to other works of authorship and art. It's
 included here since it involves the application of the ideas of free
+<hr class="thin" />
 Copyright was established in the age of the printing press as an
@@ -54,7 +53,7 @@
 rules to suit the new circumstances, governments made them stricter than
 ever, imposing harsh penalties on the practice of sharing.  The latest
 fashion in supporting the publishers against the citizens, known as 
-``three strikes'', is to cut off people's Internet connections if
+&ldquo;three strikes,&rdquo; is to cut off people's Internet connections if
 they share.</p>
@@ -100,10 +99,10 @@
 Public anger against DRM is slowly growing, held back because
 propaganda expressions such
-as <a href="/philosophy/words-to-avoid.html">&ldquo;protect
-and <a href="/philosophy/not-ipr.html">&ldquo;intellectual
-property&rdquo;</a> have convinced readers that their rights do not
+as &ldquo;<a href="/philosophy/words-to-avoid.html">protect
+and &ldquo;<a href="/philosophy/not-ipr.html">intellectual
+property</a>&rdquo; have convinced readers that their rights do not
 count.  These terms implicitly assume that publishers deserve special
 power in the name of the authors, that we are morally obliged to bow
 to them, and that we have wronged someone if we see or hear
@@ -155,7 +154,7 @@
 Another good way to support music and the arts is with
-<a href="dat.html">tax funds</a>&mdash;perhaps a tax on blank media
+<a href="/philosophy/dat.html">tax funds</a>&mdash;perhaps a tax on blank media
 or on Internet connectivity.   The state should
 distribute the tax money entirely to the artists, not
 waste it on corporate executives.  But the state should not distribute
@@ -189,6 +188,7 @@
 buy any products with DRM unless you personally have the means to
 break the DRM.  Never use a product designed to attack your freedom
 unless you can nullify the attack.</p>
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@@ -228,7 +228,7 @@
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@@ -6,16 +6,17 @@
 <!--#include virtual="/server/banner.html" -->
 <h2>An interview for OUGH!</h2>
-<blockquote><p>This is a transcript of an interview with Richard
-Stallman conducted by Theodoros Papatheodorou in May,
+<p><em>This is a transcript of an interview with Richard
+Stallman conducted by Theodoros Papatheodorou&nbsp;[<a href="#f1">1</a>]
+in May, 2012.</em></p>
+<hr class="thin" />
 <p>Richard Stallman, the free software activist and software
 developer, maintains a legendary status in the computing community.  He
 addresses all our questions in an interview of epic proportions that he
 gave to OUGH! in two parts.</p>
-<h3>Part one</h3>
+<h3>PART ONE</h3>
 <p>While working as a &ldquo;system hacker&rdquo; in MIT's AI Lab (i.e.
 a member of the team developing the Lab's own operating system) he
@@ -507,7 +508,7 @@
-<h3>Part two</h3>
+<h3>PART TWO</h3>
 <p>The second part of the interview is about free software and its
@@ -643,7 +644,7 @@
 the users can't.  They can only get a license to read the book under
 Amazon's choice of conditions.  Then there's the freedom to acquire the
 book anonymously, which is basically impossible for most well-known
-books with the &ldquo;swindle&rdquo;.</p>
+books with the &ldquo;Swindle&rdquo;.</p>
 <p>They're only available from Amazon, and Amazon requires users to
 identify themselves, as it doesn't allow any way to pay anonymously with
@@ -670,7 +671,7 @@
 criticism, and so Amazon promised it would never do this again unless
 ordered to by the state. I do not find that comforting.</p>
-<p>Any one of these makes the &ldquo;swindle&rdquo;&mdash;an outrageous
+<p>Any one of these makes the &ldquo;Swindle&rdquo;&mdash;an outrageous
 attack on our freedom and something that we must refuse to use.  I don't
 know all the details about the competitors, but all of them share at
 least some of these unacceptable characteristics.  Except for some where
@@ -998,9 +999,13 @@
-<p>Theodoros Papatheodorou (PhD of Computer Science) is teaching at the
-Athens School of Fine Arts (<a
+<div class="column-limit"></div>
+<h3 style="font-size: 1.2em">Footnote</h3>
+  <li id="f1">Theodoros Papatheodorou &lt;<a
+href="mailto:address@hidden";>address@hidden</a>&gt; holds a PhD
+in Computer Science, and is teaching at the Athens School of Fine Arts.</li>
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@@ -1059,7 +1064,7 @@
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@@ -6,10 +6,9 @@
 <!--#include virtual="/server/banner.html" -->
 <h2>Richard Stallman on the Alex Jones Show</h2>
-<p>This is a transcript of an interview with Richard Stallman
-conducted by Alex Jones on January 19, 2012.</p>
+<p><em>Transcript of an interview conducted by Alex Jones on
+January 19, 2012.</em></p>
+<hr class="thin" />
@@ -689,8 +688,8 @@
 <dd>Yeah, thanks for being with us.</dd>
-<div class="thin"></div>
+<div class="column-limit"></div>
 <h3 style="font-size: 1.2em">Footnote</h3>
   <li id="f1">[2019] We call it <a
@@ -756,7 +755,7 @@
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@@ -6,42 +6,40 @@
 <!--#include virtual="/server/banner.html" -->
 <h2>RMS on Radio NZ - October 2009</h2>
-<p>Saturday 3 October 2009 / approx. 9.05 am NZST</p>
-<p>Radio New Zealand National / Saturdays with Kim Hill<br />
-Interview between Kim Hill (presenter) and Richard M Stallman</p>
-<p>Transcript by Jim
-Cheetham <a href="mailto:address@hidden";>&lt;address@hidden&gt;</a>
-with permission from Radio New Zealand.</p>
+<p><em>Interview between Kim Hill (presenter) and Richard M Stallman</em></p>
+<hr class="thin" />
+<div class="summary">
 <h3>Interesting sections</h3>
-<li>[00:00] Introduction</li>
-<li>[00:40] Surveillance</li>
-<li>[00:19] Terrorism and 9/11</li>
-<li>[04:30] Barack Obama</li>
-<li>[06:23] Airline Security</li>
-<li>[08:02] Digital Surveillance</li>
-<li>[10:26] Systematic Surveillance</li>
-<li>[12:20] Taxi surveillance</li>
-<li>[14:25] Matters of Principle &mdash; cellphones</li>
-<li>[15:33] Free Software and Freedom</li>
-<li>[17:24] Free Trade treaties</li>
-<li>[20:08] Cars, microwaves and planes</li>
-<li>[21:05] Copying books</li>
-<li>[25:31] E-books &amp; supporting artists</li>
-<li>[28:42] Micropayments</li>
-<li>[30:47] A simplistic political philosophy?</li>
-<li>[32:51] Income</li>
-<li>[33:48] Digital handcuffs &mdash; Amazon Kindle</li>
-<li>[36:13] Buying books</li>
-<li>[37:16] Social networking</li>
-<li>[38:08] The
+<li>[<a href="#t0">00:00</a>] Introduction</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t1">00:40</a>] Surveillance</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t2">00:19</a>] Terrorism and 9/11</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t3">04:30</a>] Barack Obama</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t4">06:23</a>] Airline Security</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t5">08:02</a>] Digital Surveillance</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t6">10:26</a>] Systematic Surveillance</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t7">12:20</a>] Taxi surveillance</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t8">14:25</a>] Matters of Principle &mdash; cellphones</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t9">15:33</a>] Free Software and Freedom</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t10">17:24</a>] Free Trade treaties</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t11">20:08</a>] Cars, microwaves and planes</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t12">21:05</a>] Copying books</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t13">25:31</a>] E-books &amp; supporting artists</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t14">28:42</a>] Micropayments</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t15">30:47</a>] A simplistic political philosophy?</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t16">32:51</a>] Income</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t17">33:48</a>] Digital handcuffs &mdash; Amazon Kindle</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t18">36:13</a>] Buying books</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t19">37:16</a>] Social networking</li>
+<li>[<a href="#t20">38:08</a>] The
 <acronym title="Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement">ACTA</acronym></li>
+<hr class="no-display" />
-<dt>[00:00]<br />
+<dt id="t0">[00:00]<br />
 <dd>We spoke to Richard Stallman a while ago last year about his
 campaign for Free Software.  He's a hero, of course, of the movement;
@@ -54,7 +52,7 @@
 about the others he's identified, surveillance and censorship, because
 he joins me now, hello.</dd>
-<dt>[00:40]<br />
+<dt id="t1">[00:40]<br />
@@ -77,7 +75,7 @@
 go to Japan again unless they changed that policy, which makes me sad,
 but one must &hellip;</dd>
-<dt>[01:19]<br />
+<dt id="t2">[01:19]<br />
 <dd>It's not justifiable in order to make sure that terrorists aren't
 getting on the plane?</dd>
@@ -141,7 +139,7 @@
 easily do whatever they'd like to do is a world in which the police
 are a threat.</dd>
-<dt>[04:30]<br />
+<dt id="t3">[04:30]<br />
 <dd>Last time we spoke, and we were talking about the issue of Free
 Software, but specifically in relation to that you doubted that
@@ -196,7 +194,7 @@
 dangers in their proportion, there isn't a campaign saying &ldquo;be
 terrified of getting in a car&rdquo; but maybe there ought to be.</dd>
-<dt>[06:23]<br />
+<dt id="t4">[06:23]<br />
 <dd>Most airline security, getting back to the fingerprinting issue,
 you've said is just for show.</dd>
@@ -234,7 +232,7 @@
 him in the first place, it's standard practice, they're like an armed
-<dt>[08:02]<br />
+<dt id="t5">[08:02]<br />
 <dd>If you don't agree with surveillance, is there any way that you
 would accept that it might be quite a handy thing, CCTV &hellip;</dd>
@@ -285,7 +283,7 @@
 bunch of people knowing something, there's nothing wrong with that,
 that's just what life is.</dd>
-<dt>[10:26]<br />
+<dt id="t6">[10:26]<br />
 <dd>What makes systematic surveillance more sinister to you?</dd>
@@ -319,7 +317,7 @@
 <dd>No, the difficulty is being on guard against the danger that
 you've cited, without giving quarter to &hellip;</dd>
-<dt>[12:20]<br />
+<dt id="t7">[12:20]<br />
 <dd>Ah, no I don't see it's any problem at all.  Police have lots of
 things they can do to investigate people and it's more all the time
@@ -356,7 +354,7 @@
 I use cash, and that way Big Brother's not making a database of every
 place I've been, that I bought anything in, what I bought.</dd>
-<dt>[14:25]<br />
+<dt id="t8">[14:25]<br />
 <dd>As a matter of principle, rather than &hellip;</dd>
@@ -394,7 +392,7 @@
 call me&rdquo;, it's convenient when people can call me, but I'm not
 going to do it that way.</dd>
-<dt>[15:33]<br />
+<dt id="t9">[15:33]<br />
 <dd>It's interesting that your battle for Free Software and the issues
 of freedom that you identify intersect.  They didn't start out being
@@ -435,7 +433,7 @@
 <dd>What are you talking about there?</dd>
-<dt>[17:24]<br />
+<dt id="t10">[17:24]<br />
 <dd>Well, the so-called Free Trade treaties, which I don't like to
 call that, they're designed to transfer power from our governments to
@@ -482,7 +480,7 @@
 they're predicting is essentially that these treaties will march
-<dt>[20:08]<br />
+<dt id="t11">[20:08]<br />
 <dd>One of the other things you don't do, is you don't drive a car, is
 that right?</dd>
@@ -524,7 +522,7 @@
 deserve to have control over their computing rather than letting
 somebody else control their computing.</dd>
-<dt>[21:05]<br />
+<dt id="t12">[21:05]<br />
 <dd>What are you going to tell the Library and Information Association
 Conference with regard to copyright and community?</dd>
@@ -647,7 +645,7 @@
 <dd>Even though people can pass his book from hand to hand
-<dt>[25:31]<br />
+<dt id="t13">[25:31]<br />
 <dd>They can do that anyway you know with printed books, that's the
 motive for e-books.  E-books are designed to stop you from doing
@@ -717,7 +715,7 @@
 <dd>Could be general taxes, or a specific special tax.  Either way is
-<dt>[28:42]<br />
+<dt id="t14">[28:42]<br />
 <dd>Why don't you just ask people, if you're basing it on popularity,
 why don't you just ask people just to send in the money?</dd>
@@ -766,7 +764,7 @@
 all sorts of things that are contingent on one another for the health
 of the society.</dd>
-<dt>[30:47]<br />
+<dt id="t15">[30:47]<br />
 <dd>Yes, but I don't want to have one answer for every question in
 society.  I'm not a proponent of a very simplistic political
@@ -803,7 +801,7 @@
 only draconian methods can stop people from sharing.
-<dt>[32:51]<br />
+<dt id="t16">[32:51]<br />
 <dd>How do you make your income, if you don't mind me asking?</dd>
@@ -830,7 +828,7 @@
 because I'm working for a cause, after all, and I want to do as much
 good as I can for this cause.</dd>
-<dt>[33:48]<br />
+<dt id="t17">[33:48]<br />
 <dd>Do you think that you're winning?</dd>
@@ -878,7 +876,7 @@
 <dd>Where do you get your books from?</dd>
-<dt>[36:13]<br />
+<dt id="t18">[36:13]<br />
 <dd>I buy books from bookstores, yes I go to a store and I say
 &ldquo;I want that one&rdquo;.</dd>
@@ -916,7 +914,7 @@
 <dd>I wish I could, I don't have a way, so I try to convince people to
 set up the system to make it easy.</dd>
-<dt>[37:16]<br />
+<dt id="t19">[37:16]<br />
 <dd>I'm sure they're sending us their addresses as you speak.  Very
 briefly, the rise of social networking, is that a concern in terms of
@@ -936,7 +934,7 @@
 <dd>That's a nice warning.  Thank you, it's very nice to talk to you
 Richard Stallman.</dd>
-<dt>[38:08]<br />
+<dt id="t20">[38:08]<br />
 <dd>We didn't even mention ACTA, the secret treaty that New Zealand is
 negotiating to restrict its citizens, and they won't; they tell
@@ -960,11 +958,11 @@
 <dd>And we may well look at that law in a couple or three weeks
-<hr class="thin" />
-<h3 style="font-size: 1.2em">Footnotes</h3>
+<div class="column-limit"></div>
+<h3 style="font-size: 1.2em">Footnote</h3>
-  <li id="f1">[2019] We call it <a
+  <li id="f1">[2019] We now call it <a
 href="/philosophy/why-call-it-the-swindle.html">the Swindle</a>
 because it's designed to swindle readers out of the freedoms they have
 with traditional books.</li>
@@ -1031,7 +1029,7 @@
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 <h2>The Danger of E-Books</h2>
-<blockquote class="announcement"><p>
-<a href="http://defectivebydesign.org/ebooks.html";>Join our mailing list
-about the dangers of eBooks</a>.
-<p>In an age where business dominates our governments and writes our laws, 
+<p class="comment">In an age where business dominates our governments and 
writes our laws, 
 every technological advance offers business an opportunity to impose new 
 restrictions on the public. Technologies that could have empowered us are 
 used to chain us instead.</p>
@@ -61,18 +56,21 @@
 <li>To distribute tax funds to authors based on the cube root of each 
-author's popularity.<a href="#footnote1">[1]</a></li>
+author's popularity&nbsp;[<a href="#footnote1">1</a>].</li>
 <li>To design players so users can send authors anonymous voluntary 
 <p>E-books need not attack our freedom (Project Gutenberg's e-books don't), 
 but they will if companies get to decide. It's up to us to stop them.</p>
+<blockquote class="announcement">
 <p>Join the fight: sign up
 at <a href="http://DefectiveByDesign.org/ebooks.html";>
+<div class="column-limit"></div>
+<h3 style="font-size: 1.2em">Footnotes</h3>
 <li id="footnote1">See both my speech
 <a href="/philosophy/copyright-versus-community.html">&ldquo;Copyright
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 <h2>The Problem Is Software Controlled By Its Developer</h2>
-<p>by Richard Stallman</p>
+<p class="byline">by Richard Stallman</p>
 I fully agree with Jonathan Zittrain's conclusion that we should
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
 RealPlayer, Adobe Flash Player, Windows Media Player, Microsoft
 Windows, and MacOS.  Windows Vista does all three of those things; it
 also lets Microsoft change the software without asking, or command it
-to permanently cease normal functioning (<a href="#note1">1</a>).</p>
+to permanently cease normal functioning [<a href="#note1">1</a>].</p>
 But restricted computers are no help, because they present the
@@ -138,7 +138,8 @@
 If we are concerned about malware, we should insist on free
 software that gives the users control.</p>
+<div class="column-limit"></div>
+<h3 style="font-size: 1.2em">Postnote</h3>
 Zittrain's suggestion to reduce the statute of limitations on software
@@ -146,7 +147,7 @@
 easier to solve the whole problem. Software patents are an
 unnecessary, artificial danger imposed on all software developers and
 users in the US. Every program is a combination of many methods and
-techniques---thousands of them in a large program. If patenting these
+techniques&mdash;thousands of them in a large program. If patenting these
 methods is allowed, then hundreds of those used in a given program are
 probably patented. (Avoiding them is not feasible; there may be no
 alternatives, or the alternatives may be patented too.) So the
@@ -160,7 +161,7 @@
 will. (See <a 
+<h3 style="font-size: 1.2em">Footnote</h3>
 <p id="note1">1. Windows Vista initially had a &ldquo;kill switch&rdquo; with
 which Microsoft could remotely command the computer to stop
@@ -210,7 +211,7 @@
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