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An excerpt from Free Software Foundation Europe's president's newest book for kids and youth (and otherwise youthful) "Ada & ": "For software Freedom!" That's the attitude we need and Ada's got it! Order your copies (physical and PDF) at @nostarch u.fsf.org/3u4

We love the four freedoms, and we want others to be able to enjoy them as well. Please boost and share this message, and, for those hearing about the four freedoms for the first time, check out latest video about free software: u.fsf.org/escape-to-freedom

One way to celebrate is to use to read your . Free software puts the reader in control, and, because the software code is auditable, means that it can be checked against snooping and snitching antifeatures.

Today is . "Yarr!" from the FSF, and please remember that sharing copies of software or media with others is not the same as attacking ships on the high seas, etc. See gnu.org/philosophy/words-to-av for more info.

Of Free Software Foundation Europe's president's newest book for kids and youth (and otherwise youthful) "Ada & ", the critical response has been very positive. "Software freedom is human freedom!" Order your copies (physical and PDF) at @nostarch u.fsf.org/3u4

Read our latest update about the Freedom Ladder campaign, and how we plan to create introductory free software resources that keep people moving forward on their journey to freedom. u.fsf.org/3h9

Many people ask, "Can you sell free software?" The answer is "Yes, the GPL allows everyone to do this. The right to sell copies is part of the definition of free software." Read the full answer at u.fsf.org/3kq

Next year's LibrePlanet is themed "Charting the Course" and the call for sessions has just been officially announced. Got an idea? Submit now: u.fsf.org/3tw

Are Apple devices really privacy-respecting? The truth is that user privacy is *impossible* without free software. Read more at u.fsf.org/3fy

In her article "The need for free software education now", @Greta asks us to discuss our responses to "What does digital freedom mean to your own learning process?" Participate by replying with the tag and read/share

Did someone say encryption? Encryption helps protect the privacy of people you communicate with, and makes life difficult for bulk surveillance systems. Learn more with our Email Self Defense guide: u.fsf.org/1df

What does every computer need? Stickers! Treat your computer well while showing your support with these sticker packs in the shop: u.fsf.org/3lu

The Freedom Ladder campaign aims to support those on a gradual journey to freedom and never resting until all their devices are freed. Share your story today and read others' stories via u.fsf.org/3ho

As long as the code behind "smart" home devices is proprietary, these companies are free to spy on us as much as they like. Help us fight back: tell your friends about free software and urge then to join the FSF! Support . fsf.org

Every journey begins with that first step. The FSF Licensing and Compliance Lab can help users along that path, while also clearing the way ahead. Read our licensing roundup, and support paving a way for free software u.fsf.org/3h7

Assigning your copyright to the Free Software Foundation helps defend the GPL and keep software free. Thanks to Kai Tetzlaff, Lucien Cartier-Tilet, and Visuwesh for assigning their copyright to the FSF! Learn more at u.fsf.org/3ht

How do I upgrade from (L)GPLv2 to (L)GPLv3? "First, include the new version of the license in your package. [..] Second, replace all your existing v2 license notices [...]" Read the full answer at u.fsf.org/3kw

"Ada & " is a new book by Matthias Kirschner, the president of the Free Software Foundation Europe, which tells a story of software freedom through a relatable narrative. Now in English. Pre-order from @nostarch and get a DRM-free PDF. More: u.fsf.org/3u3

From the preamble of the GNU GPL: "[T]he GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change all versions of a program--to make sure it remains free software for all its users. [...]" u.fsf.org/3kz

"Ada & " is a new book by Matthias Kirschner, the president of the Free Software Foundation Europe, which tells a story of software freedom through a relatable narrative. Now in English. Pre-order from @nostarch and get a DRM-free PDF. More: u.fsf.org/3u3

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