Check out this interview with Perttu Ahola, the developer of free software sandbox game Minetest: u.fsf.org/345 You can find Minetest in the Free Software Directory: u.fsf.org/344

The July issue of the Free Software Supporter newsletter is live! u.fsf.org/343 If you're not on the mailing list yet, join today: u.fsf.org/1ac

In the USA? Protect encryption by telling the Senate Judiciary Committee to stop the EARN-IT Act. Find more information at @fightfortheftr's campaign site and call (202) 224-3121 to be routed to the proper Senate office without JavaScript. u.fsf.org/342

The July issue of the Free Software Supporter newsletter is live! u.fsf.org/343 If you're not on the mailing list yet, join today: u.fsf.org/1ac

Congratulations to @SecureDrop @securedrop on its ninth anniversary, the 2016 award winner of the Free Software Award for Projects of Social Benefit! u.fsf.org/25n

Videos from are live! u.fsf.org/31p In this video, Devin Ulibarri and Walter Bender provide an introduction to and a history of Sugar Labs @sugar_labs: u.fsf.org/32y

Videos from are live! u.fsf.org/31p Next, get a primer on the importance of the Four Freedoms from Patrick Masson @massonpj: u.fsf.org/32x

June spotlight with Mike Gerwitz: 12 new releases! -libre and more! u.fsf.org/340

Are you a US federal government employee who supports free software? Donate through the Combined Federal Campaign by June 30 using the FSF's ID 63210 at u.fsf.org/31t.

Videos from are live! u.fsf.org/31p Learn about Secure Scuttlebutt, a technology for decentralized, peer-to-peer, offline-first social media applications, with Charles Lehner: u.fsf.org/32w

Lifesaving technology should belong to everyone, but the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) is working day and night to restrict access, even during a global pandemic: u.fsf.org/33y

The contact-tracing apps springing up all over the world have the same potential to violate user freedom and privacy that all proprietary programs do. Plus, they can open the path for authoritarian governments to further violate human rights: u.fsf.org/33-

If the "EARN It" anti-encryption bill wasn't bad enough, the newly introduced “Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act of 2020” is the the encryption backdoor mandate we've been dreading: u.fsf.org/33z

Videos from are live! u.fsf.org/31p Watch the talk “Community healing: Re-establishing norms, trust, and truth after crises,” with Katheryn Sutter: u.fsf.org/32v

Are you a US federal government employee who supports free software? Donate through the Combined Federal Campaign by June 30 using the FSF's ID 63210 at u.fsf.org/31t.

Videos from are live! u.fsf.org/31p In this video, Robert Read and Marc Jones introduce Public Invention, a new nonprofit that forms teams of inventors to work publicly with free licenses: u.fsf.org/32u

Videos from are live! u.fsf.org/31p Watch “Rented future: The dangerous rise of life as a service,” with journalist Lucy Ingham @_lucyingham from @verdictuk: u.fsf.org/32t

Have you checked out our new member benefit yet? We have launched a free (as in freedom) videoconferencing service using Jitsi Meet: u.fsf.org/33h Join the FSF as an associate member today: u.fsf.org/63

This , it's important to remember that while Apple tech may seem attractive, it robs its user of key freedoms. Learn more about the dangers of proprietary software, and how you can live a fully free digital life. u.fsf.org/33x

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