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  9. <h1 class="heading">Campaigns</h1>
  10. <div id="introduction">
  11. <p>As a non-profit, non-governmental organisation, Free Software Foundation
  12. Europe works to create general understanding and support for Free Software
  13. and Open Standards in politics, business, law and society at large.
  14. Therefore we run the following campaigns. You can help us with them!</p>
  15. </div>
  16. <ul id="campaigns" class="subheadings">
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  18. <h3><a href="/campaigns/publiccode/">Public Money? Public Code!</a></h3>
  19. <p>
  20. Why is software created using taxpayers' money not released as
  21. Free Software? We want legislation requiring that publicly
  22. financed software developed for the public sector be made
  23. publicly available under a Free and Open Source Software
  24. licence. If it is public money, it should be public code as
  25. well. As our <a href="">open letter</a>
  26. says: "Code paid by the people should be available to the
  27. people!"
  28. </p>
  29. </li>
  30. <li>
  31. <h3><a href="">Save Code Share</a></h3>
  32. <p>
  33. This initiative launched by the FSFE and OpenForum Europe in
  34. September 2017 aims to bring awareness about the unintended
  35. impact of Article 13 of the proposed Copyright Directive on
  36. software sharing platforms. Through research and raising public
  37. awareness the initiative will help decision makers to create a
  38. proper regulatory framework.
  39. </p>
  40. </li>
  41. <li>
  42. <h3><a href="/activities/routers/">Compulsory Routers</a></h3>
  43. <p>
  44. Everybody should have the right to use the router or modem they want
  45. to. In many countries, this isn't possible because internet providers
  46. forbid them to execute their right of choice. This causes severe
  47. freedom, privacy, and security problems. In Germany, we achieved an
  48. important legal change but many European countries still need our
  49. help.
  50. </p>
  51. </li>
  52. <li>
  53. <h3><a href="/activities/radiodirective/">EU Radio Lockdown Directive</a></h3>
  54. <p>
  55. An EU Directive restricts users to install Free Software on their
  56. radio devices like routers and mobile phones. It forces device
  57. manufacturers to assess the radio regulatory compliance for every
  58. possible software solution. This may make it almost impossible for
  59. people to secure their devices, and causes heavy disadvantages for
  60. Free Software projects and small to medium-sized businesses.
  61. </p>
  62. </li>
  63. <li>
  64. <h3><a href="/campaigns/generalpurposecomputing/secure-boot-analysis.html">"Secure Boot"</a></h3>
  65. <p>FSFE’s goal is to ensure that the owners of IT devices are always in full
  66. and sole control of them. This fundamental principle is recently being
  67. challenged.</p>
  68. </li>
  69. <li>
  70. <h3><a href="/campaigns/pdfreaders/pdfreaders.html"></a></h3>
  71. <p>
  72. Launched by the <a href="">Fellowship of
  73. FSFE</a>, <a href=""></a> is a
  74. site providing information about Free Software PDF readers for all
  75. major operating systems.
  76. </p>
  77. </li>
  78. <li>
  79. <h3><a href="/campaigns/elections/index.html">Elections
  80. </a></h3>
  81. <p>
  82. During local, federal, parliament elections, FSFE calls on
  83. all Free Software supporters to ask the parties’
  84. candidates about their positions on Free Software and Open
  85. Standards.
  86. </p>
  87. </li>
  88. <li>
  89. <h3><a href="/campaigns/ilovefs/ilovefs.html">I ♥ Free Software</a></h3>
  90. <p>
  91. Valentines Day is a celebration of love and affection between intimate
  92. companions. FSFE’s campaign try to make the opportunity to show you
  93. care about the people and Free Software that you love all year
  94. round.
  95. </p>
  96. </li>
  97. <li>
  98. <h3><a href="/campaigns/android/android.html">Free Your Android!</a></h3>
  99. <p>
  100. Android is a mostly free operating system mainly developed by Google.
  101. Unfortunately, the drivers for most devices and most applications from the “market” are non-free.
  102. This campaign collects information about
  103. <a href="/campaigns/android/android.html">running an Android system as free as possible</a>
  104. and tries to coordinate these efforts.
  105. </p>
  106. </li>
  107. <li>
  108. <h3><a href="/activities/drm/"></a></h3>
  109. <p>
  110. is a collaborative platform initiated and maintained by
  111. FSFE to inform on the dangers of Digital Restrictions Management
  112. and show the concerns from various different groups.
  113. <a href=""></a> contributors include digital liberty groups, consumer
  114. protection, net-activism and library organisations.
  115. </p>
  116. </li>
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