Fixed some typos

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cri 17 years ago
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@ -181,7 +181,7 @@ happens, their users do not have the four freedoms. They are
subjugated. So this is a practice that undermines the freedom of the
whole community. Therefore, having seen this, at the beginning of the
GNU project, I conceived a way of preventing this problem from
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@ -411,7 +411,7 @@ do them both.
There are several primary areas where version 3 is
different from version 2. One is in regard to tivoisation. Now,
you've probably never heard the term &quot;tivoisation&quot;, because I made it
up, but it's an extrememly important threat to our freedom. It's
up, but it's an extremely important threat to our freedom. It's
named after a product called the &quot;TiVo&quot;, which is capable of recording
many television channels at once and then the user can watch any of
the shows later on.
@ -448,7 +448,7 @@ the user installs modified versions they can't really function.
Tivoisation turns freedom number 1 into a sham. Freedom 1 is the
freedom to study the source code and change it so that the program
does what you want. With tivoisation, this freedom becomes purely
theorectical. Yes, you can change the program so that it could be
theoretical. Yes, you can change the program so that it could be
run in some other machine, and that might be useful for someone, but
you can't change it and run it on the TiVo, and this is a deliberate
restriction that they impose on the public.
@ -1018,7 +1018,7 @@ Now I will answer questions.
There's one other thing I should say. It's a very general thing.
Governments that impose harsh restrictions on their citizens, backed
up by cruel punishments, on behalf of corporations, are showing that
they are not really on the citizens's side. They're not working for
they are not really on the citizens' side. They're not working for
us, they don't represent us except with lip service. They represent
the corporations and their goal is to rule us. These governments are
democratic only in name. And since governments get their legitimacy
@ -1144,7 +1144,7 @@ their licences in a way that's compatible with the GNU GPL.
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Q3: Will the new version of the LGPL become public at the same time as
the second dicussion draft of the GPL?
the second discussion draft of the GPL?
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