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Facebook is a surveillance engine, not friend: Richard Stallman, Free Software Foundation

Times of India | Tech | Enterprise IT, February 07, 2012 and The Economic Times | Opinion | Interviews, February 07, 2012

"You know about the two rules right for interviewing Richard?" a volunteer asks before leading us to meet Richard Stallman, the man who fights for free software day in and out. One, don't use the term Open Source to mean free software.

Two, don't say Linux but say GNU/Linux. Dr Stallman, who started the Free Software Foundation in 1985 to promote freedom to create, share and modify software, is extremely sensitive to whether the goals of his initiative are rightly communicated.

Read more at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/enterprise-it/strategy/Facebook-is-a-surveillance-engine-not-friend/articleshow/11789179.cms

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/opinion/interviews/facebook-is-a-surveillance-engine-not-friend-richard-stallman-free-software-foundation/articleshow/11786007.cms

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