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Removed some forgotten reference numbers, Fixed typo's

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@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ the <a href="http://fsfeurope.org/projects/ipred2/">IPRED2
directive</a> that seeks to introduce criminal measures for copyright
and trademark infringement, although they were initially also intended
to cover patents. That patents were excluded is one important victory
of the first thearing for a broad alliance of groups, including many
of the first hearing for a broad alliance of groups, including many
from the software patent debate but also consumer rights and
industry.</p>
@ -93,22 +93,22 @@ resistance.</p>
<h3>United Nations: WIPO, WSIS and IGF</h3>
<p>The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) [9] was a two-part
summit with the first summit taking place in Geneva in December 2003.</p>
<p><a href="http://www.wsis.org">The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS)</a>
was a two-part summit with the first summit taking place in Geneva in December 2003.</p>
<p>In preparation for the second summit 2005 in Tunis, the Austrian
government organised a WSIS contributory conference on "ICT and
Creativity" with high level participants from various governments and
intergovernmental organisations. The Free Software Foundation Europe
was <a href="http://fsfeurope.org/projects/wsis/">part of a workshop on "Digital Rights/Creative Commons."</a> We agreed
toa text that was supposed to be part of the final output at the WSIS,
to a text that was supposed to be part of the final output at the WSIS,
only to find out in Tunis that Microsoft had manipulated these "<a href="http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20051130185547876">Vienna
Conclusions</a>."</p>
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<p>At the same summit in Tunis it was also decided to establish the [12]
<p>At the same summit in Tunis it was also decided to establish the
<a href="http://fsfeurope.org/projects/igf/">Internet Governance Forum
(IGF)</a> as an open forum to discuss all issues of the internet --
except Free Software, which was too controversial for the United
@ -187,7 +187,7 @@ services keeps growing.</p>
<p>Following the discussions at the 2006 Manchester general assembly
and on request of FSFE's sister organisation in the United States that
had started the "<a href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org">Defective
by Design</a>" campaign, FSFE initiated and launched DRM.info [21] in
by Design</a>" campaign, FSFE initiated and launched DRM.info in
October 2006. <a href="http://drm.info">DRM.info</a> was started as a
collaborative platform with strong design and solid information and
including various renowned groups and individuals. The launch was
@ -208,7 +208,7 @@ the main contributors to the effort of bringing transparency</a> into
the process and details of the revision of the GNU General Public
License (GPL) through participation in the international conferences
on GPLv3 in Boston, Porto Alegre and Tokyo, as well as organisation of
the international conference on GPLv3 in Barcelona. [23]</p>
the international conference on GPLv3 in Barcelona.</p>
<p>FSFE's Ciaran O'Riordan also contributed much to the transparency
of the debate through

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