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Stop the French government from prohibiting free software

From: John Sullivan
Subject: Stop the French government from prohibiting free software
Date: Fri, 09 Dec 2005 12:32:27 -0500
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The government of France is considering amending a proposed law so
that it would prohibit much, or potentially all, free software.

Their vague wording leaves the exact scope of this unclear.

See <>
for further information.

The prohibition of free software is an amendment to a larger bill that
is unjust without it.  Every one of the provisions described
here is unjust---a sign that the government works for the media companies
against the public.

You can help stop it by signing the petition at

John Sullivan
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51 Franklin Street, 5th Fl.  | Fax:   (617)542-2652     
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