Day: April 12, 2020

Eben Moglen

Eben Moglen
 Eben Moglen                            v: 212-461-1901 
 Professor of Law, Columbia Law School  f: 212-854-7946       [email protected]
 Founding Director, Software Freedom Law Center            columbia.edu
 435 West 116th Street, New York, NY 10027-7297        softwarefreedom.org

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Possibly of Immediate Interest:

Snowden and the Future, The Guardian, May 27-28, 2014

Snowden And The Future, lectures at Columbia Law School, October 9-December 4, 2013

The FreedomBox Foundation

My testimony before House Energy and Commerce, Dec 3, 2010

Before
and After IP: Ownership of Ideas in the 21st Century
, Digital
Studies Group, CUNY Graduate Center, November 17. 2010 (audio stream).
Download: Ogg
Vorbis
| MP3

GPL Version 3

Die
Gedanken Sind Frei: The Free Software Movement and The Struggle for Freedom
of Thought
, Wizards of OS3, Berlin, June 10, 2004 MP3
Ogg
Transcript

Freeing the Mind: Free
Software and the Death of Proprietary Culture
, Fourth Annual
Technology

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Constitution for the United States

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Article about Goverment by The Free Dictionary

the highest executive body of a state. Sometimes called the council of ministers or cabinet of ministers, governments are headed by a prime minister, a chancellor, or by the chairman of the council of ministers or cabinet of ministers. In some countries the government is headed by the head of state—in the USA, for example, by the president. Such members of the government as ministers, secretaries, and secretaries of state direct state administrative departments. Governments may be composed of one or of several parties. Federal states have a central or federal government as well as governments of the political units, for example, states or provinces, that form the federation.

In capitalist countries governments are formed by a parliament or are appointed by the monarch or president. In the Federal Republic of Germany, Ireland, and Japan the head of state appoints as premier or chancellor a person elected by parliament. In

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