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Inspiration & reading
- A fair amount came from the Free Software Foundation. Verbatim copying or most FSF articles is allowed if notice is preserved. Note that we bear no affiliation with the FSF - views expressed on our websites might not represent those of the FSF.
- The fallacy of DRM, an article by Tim Jackson (derivative use with permission);
- Trusted Computing, a video by Benjamin Stephan and Lutz Vogel, CC sampling plus license;
- Free Culture, a book by Lawrence Lessig, CC BY-NC license;
- Unbounded Freedom, a book by Rosemary Bechler, CC BY-NC-SA license;
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