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  5. <title>"Free software = World Heritage" project: links</title>
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  9. <h2>Links</h2>
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  11. <h3>Threats on free software</h3>
  12. <p>Software patents:</p>
  13. <ul>
  14. <li><a href="">Documents in
  15. French on software patents from APRIL</a></li>
  16. <li><a href="">EuroLinux alliance</a></li>
  17. <li><a href="">Horror
  18. Museum of Software Patents</a></li>
  19. <li><a href="">Free Patents</a></li>
  20. </ul>
  21. <p>Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA):</p>
  22. <ul>
  23. <li><a href=""></a></li>
  24. <li><a href=""></a></li>
  25. </ul>
  26. <p>European Union Copyright Directive (EUCD):</p>
  27. <ul>
  28. <li><a href="">
  30. <li><a href="/activities/eucd/eucd.html">
  32. <li><a href="">
  34. <li><a href="">
  36. </ul>
  37. <p>Security Systems Standards and Certification Act (SSSCA, also known as CBDTPA - Consumer Broadband and Digital Television Promotion Act.):</p>
  38. <ul>
  39. <li><a href="">
  41. <li><a href="">
  43. </ul>
  44. <p>TCPA/Palladium/DRM:</p>
  45. <ul>
  46. <li><a href="">
  47. Trusted Computing Platform Alliance/Palladium FAQ</a></li>
  48. <li><a href="">
  49. Palladium and TCPA</a></li>
  50. <li><a href="">
  51. <i>Can you trust your computer?</i>, by R. Stallman</a></li>
  52. <li><a href="">
  53. <i>The Right to Read</i>, by R. Stallman</a></li>
  54. <li><a href="">
  55. <i>Letter from 2020</i>, by M. Summerfield</a></li>
  56. </ul>
  57. <h3>References</h3>
  58. <p>[French] <a href="">
  59.</a>: "Creation of
  60. software should be seen as a resource as scientific discoveries, and not as a
  61. product from industry. Research in software should take as model research in
  62. mathematic, on which the fundamental works have become world heritage." (no
  63. date)</p>
  64. <p>[French] <a href="">
  65.</a>: "It is the
  66. same logic which works today in the field of human genome, food and
  67. agricultural research (with the GMO), in software or numeric documents, and
  68. which leads to the multiplication of patents, reserving to a few exclusive
  69. rights of commercial exploitation on knowledge which belongs to the common
  70. heritage of humanity." February 12th, 2001</p>
  71. <p>[French]
  72. <a href="">
  73.</a>: "Under
  74. the lead of AAUL, African countries could also collaborate and go united to
  75. international forums and meetings to encourage a fair use of free software
  76. and look after its classification as a human heritage." 2000</p>
  77. <p>[French] <a href="">
  79. Freescape Manifesto</p>
  80. <p>[French]
  81. <a href="">
  83. "Olivier: scheduling of free software as world human heritage."</p>
  84. <p>[French] <a href=",0,1,0,0.html">
  85.,0,1,0,0.html</a>: News from Pierre
  86. Jarillon on Linuxfr: "Something news in UNESCO".</p>
  87. <p>[French] <a href="">
  88.</a> : "Freedom to copy
  89. has a lot of virtues on which we cannot do without. Most of the world
  90. cultural heritage, from medieval stories to graphical arts of Asia, was built
  91. thanks to the freedom to copy and to inspire from others."</p>
  92. <p><a href="">
  94. intergovernmental copyright committee</p>
  95. <p>[French] <a href="">
  96.</a>: "Free software
  97. belongs to scientific heritage. This point is explained in the preamble of the
  98. statutes." (statutes<br/>
  99. "Free software are a vector of understanding of virtual space in schools and
  100. universities. This point is explained in the preamble of the statutes.<br/>
  101. Free software represent, in many fields, a know-how and are a source of
  102. learning. Universities use them as base for computer classes, they are
  103. objects of studies, are a base for practical work and could be object to a
  104. program in itself. FSFE France participates to the creation of perennial free
  105. software of all kinds, and all could be used for teaching."</p>
  106. <p>[French] <a href="">
  107. </a>: "Why people makes free software?"<br/>
  108. "For Moglen, it's a question of humanity. Similarly to the reason for which
  109. Figaro sings, which Mozart writes for him the music he sings, and for which
  110. we all build new words: because we can. Homo ludens meets home faber. The
  111. social condition of global interconnection which we call Internet makes
  112. possible the creativity for each of us in new ways, and we have not even
  113. seen them in dreams. Until we allow the "private property" to
  114. interfere.</p>
  115. <p>[French] <a href="">
  116. French national commission for UNESCO</a>, with an
  117. <a href="">organisational chart</a>
  118. </p>
  119. <p><a href="">Portal
  120. of UNESCO on free software</a></p>
  121. <p><a href="">UNESCO
  122. actions on free software in Latin America</a></p>
  123. <p>[French] <a href="">
  124. Opinions of French political parties on free software and software
  125. patenting</a></p>
  126. <p><a href="">Answer from Dr. Edgar David Villanueva
  127. Nuñez, Peru congressman, to MS Peru, or a good argumentation for free software</a></p>
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