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[News] New Free Software Newsletter, Release of GNU

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[FSF] Free Software Supporter, November 2008

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| ## In this issue
| * Support freedom: How YOU can make a difference for free software
| * New USB membership cards and FSF Bulletin
| * New t-shirts in our store
| * OpenDocument campaign page gets a revamp
| * Bilski ruling: a victory on the path to ending software patents
| * Show your support with the FSF campaigns widget
| * DefectiveByDesign.org: MP3-compatible, a new DRM-free music promotion
| * xkcd, "Steal this comic"
| * DefectiveByDesign.org: Petition against SecuROM
| * FSF releases new version of GNU Free Documentation License
| * PlayOgg: Theora 1.0 is released!
| * Microsoft's global anti-user day
| * GNU spotlight with Karl Berry
| * Richard Stallman's speaking schedule and other FSF events
| * Take action!


New GNU releases Ocotber 2008

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| This is a compilation of the GNU software releases as
| announced during October 2008 on the mailing list:
| http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/info-gnu



Ask Apple about the iPhone

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| Services like Amazon, eMusic, Napster, Rhapsody, Play.com and 7digital are
| all selling music without DRM. A typical response to this might be that Apple
| has no option to sell media without DRM, but this is simply untrue. Jobs is
| the largest individual shareholder at Disney, and he could insist that its
| films be DRM-free. Apple should be leading the way to promote DRM-free music,
| but instead is lagging behind. What is Apple doing to fix this? If it really
| is the RIAA's fault, can you tell me specifically what the RIAA said to Jobs
| when he asked for the ability to sell DRM-free music?

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