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Famous software activist Richard Stallman has accused Ubuntu developers Canonical of ignoring the privacy of its users by enabling a form of surveillance in association with Amazon by default.
Richard Stallman, the granddaddy of the free software community, says that Valve is dilluting the ethos of the movement by bringing nonfree games to Linux, something he calls 'unethical.'
In a recent interview, Stallman has listed Facebook as a form of "mass surveillance". Thanks to the ubiquitous "like" button, the company can keep track of site visits all around the web.
Richard Stallman, the man credited with launching the free software movement, posted a note on his official blog saying that while he was not happy Steve Jobs has died he is "glad he's gone".
Richard Stallman has his sights set on a new rights related target. The outspoken founder of the FSF believes that Chrome OS and cloud computing are "worse than stupidity." Stallman also believes that Google's push...