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7 | <a [-href="#patents">Patents</a>-]
| {+href="#principles">Principles</a>+} 
<a href="#principles">Principles</a> 
<a href="#patents">Patente</a> 
8 | <a [-href="#patents">Patents</a>-] {+href="#practice">Practice</a>+} 
<a href="#practice">Practice</a> 
<a href="#patents">Patente</a> 
9 | <a [-href="#patents">Patents</a>-] {+href="#extension">Extension to
| other areas</a>+} 
<a href="#extension">Extension to other areas</a> 
<a href="#patents">Patente</a> 
10 | <a [-href="#misc">Misc</a>-] {+href="#mix">Mixing free and
| nonfree</a>+} 
<a href="#mix">Mixing free and nonfree</a> 
<a href="#misc">Sonstiges</a> 
11 | <a [-href="/philosophy/free-software-intro.html">Free Software
| movement</a>-] {+href="#free-open">Free software and open source</a>+} 
<a href="#free-open">Free software and open source</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-software-intro">Freie-Software-Bewegung</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2010). 
13 | <a [-href="/gnu/manifesto.html">The-] {+href="/gnu/gnu.html">The+} GNU
| [-Manifesto</a>-] {+Project</a>+} 
<a href="/gnu/gnu.html">The GNU Project</a> 
Richard Stallman (1985), <cite><a href="/gnu/manifesto">GNU-Manifest</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015). 
14 | <a [-href="/philosophy/udi.html">The Free Software Movement and
| UDI</a>-] {+href="#fsmovement">The free software movement</a>+} 
<a href="#fsmovement">The free software movement</a> 
Richard Stallman (1998), <cite><a href="/philosophy/udi" hreflang="en">Die Freie-Software-Bewegung und <span xml:lang="en" lang="en">The Unified Display Interface</span> (UDI)</a></cite>. 
15 | <a [-href="#aboutfs">About Free Software</a>-] {+href="#need">The need
| for free software</a>+} 
<a href="#need">The need for free software</a> 
<a href="#aboutfs">Über <em>Freie Software</em></a> 
16 | <a [-href="#patents">Patents</a>-] {+href="#action">Guide for
| action</a>+} 
<a href="#action">Guide for action</a> 
<a href="#patents">Patente</a> 
17  
<a href="#LicensingFreeSoftware">Licensing Free Software</a> 
<a href="#licensingfreesoftware">Freie Software Lizenzierung</a> 
18 | <a href="/licenses/licenses.html">General [-information on licensing and
| copyleft</a>-] {+information</a>+} 
<a href="/licenses/licenses.html">General information</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/licenses/">Lizenzen</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2018)<br />&#8209;&#160;allgemeine Informationen zu Lizenzierung und Copyleft. 
19 | <a [-href="/licenses/copyleft.html">Copyleft</a>-]
| {+href="#copyleft">Copyleft</a>+} 
<a href="#copyleft">Copyleft</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/licenses/copyleft">Copyleft. Was ist das?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
20 | <a [-href="/licenses/copyleft.html">Copyleft</a>-]
| {+href="#non-copyleft">Non-copyleft</a>+} 
<a href="#non-copyleft">Non-copyleft</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/licenses/copyleft">Copyleft. Was ist das?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
21 | <a [-href="#patents">Patents</a>-] {+href="#traps">Licensing
| traps</a>+} 
<a href="#traps">Licensing traps</a> 
<a href="#patents">Patente</a> 
22 | <a [-href="#Laws">Laws and-] {+href="#Laws">Legal+} Issues</a> 
<a href="#Laws">Legal Issues</a> 
<a href="#laws">Gesetze und Probleme</a> 
26 | <a [-href="#ns">Network Services</a>-] {+href="#sco">Response to SCO's
| attacks</a>+} 
<a href="#sco">Response to SCO's attacks</a> 
<a href="#ns">Netzwerkdienste</a> 
28 | <a [-href="#misc">Misc</a>-] {+href="#society">Digital society</a>+} 
<a href="#society">Digital society</a> 
<a href="#misc">Sonstiges</a> 
31 | <a [-href="#patents">Patents</a>-] {+href="#access">Accessing
| culture</a>+} 
<a href="#access">Accessing culture</a> 
<a href="#patents">Patente</a> 
32 | <a [-href="#upholding">Upholding Software Freedom</a>-]
| {+href="#funding">Funding cultural works</a>+} 
<a href="#funding">Funding cultural works</a> 
<a href="#upholding">Aufrechterhaltung der Freiheit von Software</a> 
33  
<a href="#evils">Surveillance, censorship, lock-in, etc.</a> 
 
34 | <a [-href="/proprietary/proprietary.html">Other examples of
| proprietary-] {+href="/proprietary/proprietary.html">Proprietary+}
| malware</a> 
<a href="/proprietary/proprietary.html">Proprietary malware</a> 
<a href="/proprietary/">Weitere Beispiele proprietärer Schadsoftware</a> 
36 | <a [-href="#humor">Philosophical-]
| {+href="/fun/humor.html#Philosophy">Philosophical+} Humor</a> 
<a href="/fun/humor.html#Philosophy">Philosophical Humor</a> 
<a href="#humor">Philosophischer Humor</a> 
40 | <a href="/philosophy/free-sw.html">{+ +}What is Free Software?</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/free-sw.html"> What is Free Software?</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-sw">Freie Software. Was ist das?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
41 | <a href="/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important.html"> Free
| Software Is Even More Important Now</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important.html"> Free Software Is Even More Important Now</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2013), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important" hreflang="en">Freie Software ist nun umso wichtiger</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
42 | <a href="/philosophy/selling.html">{+ +}Selling Free Software</a>
| {+&mdash; This+} is OK! 
<a href="/philosophy/selling.html"> Selling Free Software</a> &mdash; This is OK! 
Richard Stallman (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/selling">Freie Software verkaufen</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
43 | <a href="/philosophy/programs-must-not-limit-freedom-to-run.html"> Why
| programs must not limit the freedom to run them</a> {+(by RMS)+} &mdash;
| Freedom 0 must not be limited. 
<a href="/philosophy/programs-must-not-limit-freedom-to-run.html"> Why programs must not limit the freedom to run them</a> (by RMS) &mdash; Freedom 0 must not be limited. 
Richard Stallman (2012), <cite><a href="/philosophy/programs-must-not-limit-freedom" hreflang="en">Warum Programme nicht die Freiheit beschränken dürfen, sie auszuführen</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2016)<br />&#8209;&#160;Freiheit <em>0</em> darf nicht beschränkt werden. 
44 | <a href="/philosophy/your-freedom-needs-free-software.html"> Your
| Freedom Needs Free Software</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/your-freedom-needs-free-software.html"> Your Freedom Needs Free Software</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2007), <cite><a href="/philosophy/your-freedom-needs-free-software">Freiheit braucht Freie Software</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2013). 
45 | <a href="/philosophy/why-free.html">{+ +}Why Software Should Not Have
| Owners</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/why-free.html"> Why Software Should Not Have Owners</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (1994), <cite><a href="/philosophy/why-free">Warum Software keine Eigentümer haben sollte</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2009)<br />&#8209;&#160;in <cite><a href="/philosophy/shouldbefree">Warum Software frei sein sollte</a></cite> (1991) geht Stallman dem gleichen Thema ausführlicher nach. 
46 | <a href="/philosophy/shouldbefree.html">{+ +}Why Software Should Be
| Free</a> [-(This is an-] {+(by RMS) &mdash; An+} older and longer essay
| about the same topic as the previous one[-)-]{+.+} 
<a href="/philosophy/shouldbefree.html"> Why Software Should Be Free</a> (by RMS) &mdash; An older and longer essay about the same topic as the previous one. 
Richard Stallman (1991), <cite><a href="/philosophy/shouldbefree">Warum Software frei sein sollte</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017)<br />&#8209;&#160;ein älterer und ausführlicherer Aufsatz. In <cite><a href="/philosophy/why-free">Warum Software keine Eigentümer haben sollte</a></cite> (1994) geht Stallman dem gleichen Thema nach. 
48 | <a href="/philosophy/when-free-software-isnt-practically-superior.html">
| When Free Software Isn't (Practically) Superior</a> {+(by Benjamin Mako
| Hill)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/when-free-software-isnt-practically-superior.html"> When Free Software Isn't (Practically) Superior</a> (by Benjamin Mako Hill) 
Benjamin Mako Hill (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/when-free-software-isnt-practically-superior">Wann Freie Software (praktisch gesehen) nicht überlegen ist</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2011). 
49 | <a href="/philosophy/applying-free-sw-criteria.html"> Applying the Free
| Software Criteria</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/applying-free-sw-criteria.html"> Applying the Free Software Criteria</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2015), <cite><a href="/philosophy/applying-free-sw-criteria" hreflang="en">Freie-Software-Kriterien anwenden</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2016). 
50 #. type: Content of: <ul><li>
| <a href="/philosophy/imperfection-isnt-oppression.html"> Imperfection is
| not the same as oppression</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/imperfection-isnt-oppression.html"> Imperfection is not the same as oppression</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2014), <cite><a href="/philosophy/imperfection-isnt-oppression">Unvollkommenheit ist nicht das Gleiche wie Unterdrückung</a></cite>. 
51 | <a href="/philosophy/android-and-users-freedom.html"> Android and Users'
| Freedom</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/android-and-users-freedom.html"> Android and Users' Freedom</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2011), <cite><a href="/philosophy/android-and-users-freedom">Android und die Freiheit der Nutzer</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015). 
52 | <a href="/software/reliability.html">{+ +}Free Software is More
| Reliable!</a> 
<a href="/software/reliability.html"> Free Software is More Reliable!</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1997), <cite><a href="/software/reliability">Freie Software ist zuverlässiger!</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2014). 
54 | <a href="/philosophy/free-doc.html">{+ +}Why Free Software Needs Free
| Documentation</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/free-doc.html"> Why Free Software Needs Free Documentation</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-doc">Warum Freie Software freie Dokumentation braucht</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2016). 
55 | <a [-href="/philosophy/free-software-intro.html">Free-]
| {+href="/philosophy/free-software-rocket.html"> Should Rockets Have Only
| Free Software? Free+} Software [-movement</a>-] {+and Appliances</a> (by
| RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/free-software-rocket.html"> Should Rockets Have Only Free Software? Free Software and Appliances</a> (by RMS) 
Free Software Foundation (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-software-intro">Freie-Software-Bewegung</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2010). 
56 | <a href="/philosophy/free-hardware-designs.html"> Free Hardware and Free
| Hardware Designs</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/free-hardware-designs.html"> Free Hardware and Free Hardware Designs</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2015), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-hardware-designs">Freie Hardware und freie Hardware-Entwürfe</a></cite>. 
57 | <a href="/philosophy/loyal-computers.html"> What Does It Mean for Your
| Computer to Be Loyal?</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/loyal-computers.html"> What Does It Mean for Your Computer to Be Loyal?</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2014), <cite><a href="/philosophy/loyal-computers" hreflang="en">Was bedeutet das für Ihren Rechner, Ihnen gegenüber loyal zu sein? </a></cite>. 
59 | <a href="/philosophy/gnutella.html" id="Gnutella">{+ +}Regarding
| Gnutella</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/gnutella.html" id="Gnutella"> Regarding Gnutella</a> 
Free Software Foundation (2004), <cite><a href="/philosophy/gnutella" id="Gnutella">Bezüglich Gnutella …</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
61 | <a href="/philosophy/when-free-depends-on-nonfree.html"> When Free
| Software Depends on Nonfree</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/when-free-depends-on-nonfree.html"> When Free Software Depends on Nonfree</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2016), <cite><a href="/philosophy/when-free-depends-on-nonfree" hreflang="en">Wenn freie Software von unfreier abhängt</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
62 (Copyright) Keine Änderung in 2015!!!
| <a href="/philosophy/is-ever-good-use-nonfree-program.html"> Is It Ever
| a Good Thing to Use a Nonfree Program?</a> [-By Richard Stallman.-] {+(by
| RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/is-ever-good-use-nonfree-program.html"> Is It Ever a Good Thing to Use a Nonfree Program?</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2013), <cite><a href="/philosophy/is-ever-good-use-nonfree-program" hreflang="en">Ist die Verwendung eines unfreien Programms jemals eine gute Sache?</a></cite>. 
64 | <a href="/philosophy/udi.html">{+ +}The Free Software Movement and
| UDI</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/udi.html"> The Free Software Movement and UDI</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (1998), <cite><a href="/philosophy/udi" hreflang="en">Die Freie-Software-Bewegung und <span xml:lang="en" lang="en">The Unified Display Interface</span> (UDI)</a></cite>. 
66 | <a href="/philosophy/open-source-misses-the-point.html">{+ +}Why
| &ldquo;Open Source&rdquo; [-m-]{+M+}isses the [-p-]{+P+}oint of Free
| Software</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/open-source-misses-the-point.html"> Why &ldquo;Open Source&rdquo; Misses the Point of Free Software</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2007), <cite><a href="/philosophy/open-source-misses-the-point">Warum „Open Source“ das Ziel von <em>Freie Software</em> verfehlt</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2016). 
67 | <a href="/philosophy/free-open-overlap.html">{+ +}How Free Software and
| Open Source Relate as Categories of Programs</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/free-open-overlap.html"> How Free Software and Open Source Relate as Categories of Programs</a> 
Free Software Foundation (2013), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-open-overlap">Wie Freie Software und Open-Source-Software als Programmkategorien zusammenhängen</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015). 
68 | <a href="/philosophy/floss-and-foss.html"> FLOSS and FOSS</a> {+(by
| RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/floss-and-foss.html"> FLOSS and FOSS</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2013), <cite><a href="/philosophy/floss-and-foss">FLOSS und FOSS</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2016). 
69 | <a href="/philosophy/linux-gnu-freedom.html">{+ +}Linux, GNU, and
| Freedom</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/linux-gnu-freedom.html"> Linux, GNU, and Freedom</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2002), <cite><a href="/philosophy/linux-gnu-freedom">Linux, GNU und Freiheit</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2011). 
71 | <a href="/philosophy/free-software-for-freedom.html">{+ +}&ldquo;Open
| Source Software&rdquo; or &ldquo;Free Software&rdquo;?</a> [-(This is an
| older essay about-] {+(replaced by <a
| href="/philosophy/open-source-misses-the-point.html"> Why &ldquo;Open
| Source&rdquo; Misses+} the [-same topic as the previous one.)-] {+Point of
| Free Software</a>)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/free-software-for-freedom.html"> &ldquo;Open Source Software&rdquo; or &ldquo;Free Software&rdquo;?</a> (replaced by <a href="/philosophy/open-source-misses-the-point.html"> Why &ldquo;Open Source&rdquo; Misses the Point of Free Software</a>) 
Richard Stallman (1998), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-software-for-freedom">Warum Freie Software besser ist als Open Source</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2016)<br />&#8209;&#160;dies ist ein älterer Aufsatz, ein <a href="/philosophy/open-source-misses-the-point">neuerer Aufsatz</a> ist ebenfalls abrufbar. 
74  
<a href="/gnu/gnu.html">The GNU Operating System</a> &mdash; History, relationship with Linux, etc. 
 
76 | <a [-href="/fsf/fsf.html">The-] {+href="https://www.fsf.org/"> The+}
| official website of the Free Software Foundation</a> 
<a href="https://www.fsf.org/"> The official website of the Free Software Foundation</a> 
<em><a href="/fsf/">Free Software Foundation (FSF)</a></em> [Weiterleitung auf <em>https://www.fsf.org/</em>]<br />&#8209;&#160;die offizielle Internetpräsenz der Free Software Foundation. 
78 | <a href="/philosophy/15-years-of-free-software.html"> 15 Years of Free
| Software</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/15-years-of-free-software.html"> 15 Years of Free Software</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/15-years-of-free-software">15 Jahre Freie Software</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2014). 
79 | <a href="/philosophy/free-software-intro.html">{+ +}Free Software
| [-m-]{+M+}ovement</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/free-software-intro.html"> Free Software Movement</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-software-intro">Freie-Software-Bewegung</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2010). 
81 | <a href="/philosophy/government-free-software.html">{+ +}Measures
| Governments Can Use to Promote Free Software</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/government-free-software.html"> Measures Governments Can Use to Promote Free Software</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2011), <cite><a href="/philosophy/government-free-software">Maßnahmen die Regierungen ergreifen können um Freie Software zu fördern</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2016). 
82 <!-- moved to education/ -->
| <a [-href="/philosophy/schools.html">Why-]
| {+href="/education/edu-schools.html"> Why+} Schools Should Use
| Exclusively Free Software</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/education/edu-schools.html"> Why Schools Should Use Exclusively Free Software</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2003), <cite><a href="/education/edu-schools">Warum Schulen ausschließlich Freie Software verwenden sollten</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2016). 
84 | <a href="/philosophy/uruguay.html">{+ +}Lesson from [-Uruguay</a>.-]
| {+Uruguay</a> &mdash;+} The FSF learned something from a bill presented in
| Uruguay. 
<a href="/philosophy/uruguay.html"> Lesson from Uruguay</a> &mdash; The FSF learned something from a bill presented in Uruguay. 
Free Software Foundation (2013), <cite><a href="/philosophy/uruguay">Lehre aus Uruguay</a></cite><br />&#8209;&#160;die FSF zieht Erkenntnisse aus einer in Uruguay eingebrachten Gesetzesvorlage. 
85 | <a [-href="/philosophy/free-software-intro.html">Free-]
| {+href="/philosophy/second-sight.html"> Free+} Software [-movement</a>-]
| {+and (e-)Government</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/second-sight.html"> Free Software and (e-)Government</a> (by RMS) 
Free Software Foundation (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-software-intro">Freie-Software-Bewegung</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2010). 
88  
<a href="/philosophy/saying-no-even-once.html"> Saying No to unjust computing even once is help</a> (by RMS) 
 
89  
<a href="/philosophy/fs-motives.html"> Motives For Writing Free Software</a> 
Free Software Foundation (2009), <cite><a href="/philosophy/fs-motives">Beweggründe, um Freie Software zu schreiben</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2014). 
90 | <a href="/philosophy/no-word-attachments.html" id="NoWordAttachments">
| We Can Put an End to Word Attachments</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/no-word-attachments.html" id="NoWordAttachments"> We Can Put an End to Word Attachments</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2002), <cite><a href="/philosophy/no-word-attachments" id="NoWordAttachments">Word-Anhängen ein Ende setzen</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2007). 
91  
<a href="/philosophy/install-fest-devil.html"> Install Fests: What to Do about the Deal with the Devil</a> (by RMS) 
 
92  
<a href="/philosophy/upgrade-windows.html"> What Is the Right Way to Upgrade an Installation of Windows?</a> (by RMS) 
 
93  
<a href="/philosophy/kind-communication.html"> GNU Kind Communications Guidelines</a> (by RMS) 
 
94 | <a href="/philosophy/hackathons.html"> Why Hackathons Should Insist on
| Free Software</a> [-by Richard Stallman-] {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/hackathons.html"> Why Hackathons Should Insist on Free Software</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2017), <cite><a href="/philosophy/hackathons" hreflang="en">Warum Programmiermarathons auf Freie Software bestehen sollten</a></cite>. 
95 | <a href="/philosophy/contradictory-support.html"> Beware of
| Contradictory &ldquo;Support&rdquo;</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/contradictory-support.html"> Beware of Contradictory &ldquo;Support&rdquo;</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2016), <cite><a href="/philosophy/contradictory-support" hreflang="en">Vorsicht vor widersprüchlicher „Unterstützung“</a></cite>. 
96 | <a href="/philosophy/devils-advocate.html"> Why the Devil's Advocate
| Doesn't Help Reach the Truth</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/devils-advocate.html"> Why the Devil's Advocate Doesn't Help Reach the Truth</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2012), <cite><a href="/philosophy/devils-advocate" hreflang="en">Warum des Teufels Advokat nicht hilft an die Wahrheit zu gelangen</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
97 | <a [-href="/philosophy/practical.html">The advantages-]
| {+href="/philosophy/practical.html"> The Advantages+} of [-free
| software</a>.-] {+Free Software</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/practical.html"> The Advantages of Free Software</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2010), <cite><a href="/philosophy/practical">Vorteile von Freie(r) Software</a></cite>. 
98 | <a href="/philosophy/pirate-party.html">{+ +}How the Swedish Pirate
| Party Platform Backfires on Free Software</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/pirate-party.html"> How the Swedish Pirate Party Platform Backfires on Free Software</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2009), <cite><a href="/philosophy/pirate-party">Wie die schwedische Piratenpartei auf Freie Software zurückknallt</a></cite>. 
99 | <a href="/philosophy/lest-codeplex-perplex.html"> Lest CodePlex
| perplex</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/lest-codeplex-perplex.html"> Lest CodePlex perplex</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2009), <cite><a href="/philosophy/lest-codeplex-perplex" hreflang="en">Damit CodePlex nicht verwirrt</a></cite>. 
101 | <a href="/philosophy/compromise.html">{+ +}Avoiding Ruinous
| Compromises</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/compromise.html"> Avoiding Ruinous Compromises</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2009), <cite><a href="/philosophy/compromise">Ruinöse Kompromisse vermeiden</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
103 | <a href="/philosophy/my_doom.html">{+ +}MyDoom and You</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/my_doom.html"> MyDoom and You</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2004), <cite><a href="/philosophy/my_doom">MyDoom und Du</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2007). 
104 | <a [-href="/philosophy/no-word-attachments.html"
| id="NoWordAttachments"> We Can Put an End-]
| {+href="/philosophy/kevin-cole-response.html"> A Response Letter+} to
| {+the+} Word Attachments</a> {+(by Kevin Cole)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/kevin-cole-response.html"> A Response Letter to the Word Attachments</a> (by Kevin Cole) 
Richard Stallman (2002), <cite><a href="/philosophy/no-word-attachments" id="NoWordAttachments">Word-Anhängen ein Ende setzen</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2007). 
105 | <a [-href="/philosophy/savingeurope.html">Saving Europe from Software
| Patents</a>-] {+href="/philosophy/anonymous-response.html"> A Response
| to Word Attachments</a>+} 
<a href="/philosophy/anonymous-response.html"> A Response to Word Attachments</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/savingeurope.html" hreflang="en">Rettung Europas vor Softwarepatenten</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2007). 
107 | <a [-href="/licenses/licenses.html">General-]
| {+href="/licenses/licenses.html"> Licenses</a> &mdash; General+}
| information on licensing and [-copyleft</a>-] {+copyleft+} 
<a href="/licenses/licenses.html"> Licenses</a> &mdash; General information on licensing and copyleft 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/licenses/">Lizenzen</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2018)<br />&#8209;&#160;allgemeine Informationen zu Lizenzierung und Copyleft. 
109 | <a href="/philosophy/why-copyleft.html">{+ +}Why Copyleft?</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/why-copyleft.html"> Why Copyleft?</a> 
Free Software Foundation (2001), <cite><a href="/philosophy/why-copyleft">Copyleft. Warum?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2018). 
110 | <a href="/philosophy/pragmatic.html">{+ +}Copyleft: Pragmatic
| Idealism</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/pragmatic.html"> Copyleft: Pragmatic Idealism</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2003), <cite><a href="/philosophy/pragmatic">Copyleft. Pragmatischer Idealismus</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2014). 
111 | <a href="/philosophy/selling-exceptions.html"> On Selling Exceptions to
| the GNU GPL</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/selling-exceptions.html"> On Selling Exceptions to the GNU GPL</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2009), <cite><a href="/philosophy/selling-exceptions">Verkauf von Ausnahmen zur GNU GPL</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
112 | <a href="/philosophy/assigning-copyright.html">{+ +}When a Company Asks
| For Your Copyright</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/assigning-copyright.html"> When a Company Asks For Your Copyright</a> 
Free Software Foundation (2010), <cite><a href="/philosophy/assigning-copyright">Wenn ein Unternehmen nach dem Copyright fragt</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015). 
113 | <a href="http{+s+}://www.fsf.org/blogs/licensing/20050211.html">
| Censorship envy and licensing</a> {+(by David &ldquo;Novalis&rdquo;
| Turner, on <i>fsf.org</i>)+} 
<a href="https://www.fsf.org/blogs/licensing/20050211.html"> Censorship envy and licensing</a> (by David &ldquo;Novalis&rdquo; Turner, on <i>fsf.org</i>) 
David Turner (2005), <cite><a href="https//www.fsf.org/licensing/translations/20050211.de.html">Zensurneid und Lizenzierung</a></cite>, unter: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/licensing/20050211.html. 
114 | [-An-]<a
| href="https://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/archive/downloads/research/gpl/OIIFB_GPL2_20040903.pdf">
| English translation of the famous decision of the District Court of
| Munich</a> regarding the enforceability and validity of the [-GPL. The
| translation was done by-] {+GPL (by the translators of+} the Oxford
| Internet [-Institute.-] {+Institute, on <i>oii.ox.ac.uk</i>)+} 
<a href="https://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/archive/downloads/research/gpl/OIIFB_GPL2_20040903.pdf"> English translation of the famous decision of the District Court of Munich</a> regarding the enforceability and validity of the GPL (by the translators of the Oxford Internet Institute, on <i>oii.ox.ac.uk</i>) 
Oxford Internet Institute (2004), <cite><a href="https://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/archive/downloads/research/gpl/OIIFB_GPL2_20040903.pdf" type="application/pdf" hreflang="en">Urteil über die Vollstreckbarkeit und Wirksamkeit der GNU GPL</a></cite>, unter: https://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/archive/downloads/research/gpl/OIIFB_GPL2_20040903.pdf<br />&#8209;&#160;eine englischsprachige Übersetzung des Urteils des Landgericht München I (Urteil vom 19.05.2004 - Az.: 21 O 6123/04) <ins>[mehr <a href="https://dejure.org/2004,1300" hreflang="de">Hịntergrundinformationen</a>]</ins>. 
115 | <a href="/philosophy/university.html">{+ +}Releasing Free Software if
| You Work at a University</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/university.html"> Releasing Free Software if You Work at a University</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2002), <cite><a href="/philosophy/university">Freie Software freigeben, wenn man an einer Universität tätig ist</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2014). 
116 | <a href="/philosophy/gpl-american-way.html" id="GPLAmericanWay"> The
| GNU GPL and the American Way</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/gpl-american-way.html" id="GPLAmericanWay"> The GNU GPL and the American Way</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2001), <cite><a href="/philosophy/gpl-american-way">Die GNU GPL und der amerikanische Weg</a></cite>. 
117 | <a href="/philosophy/gpl-american-dream.html" id="GPLAmericanDream">
| The GNU GPL and the American Dream</a> {+(by Bradley&nbsp;M.&nbsp;Kuhn)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/gpl-american-dream.html" id="GPLAmericanDream"> The GNU GPL and the American Dream</a> (by Bradley&nbsp;M.&nbsp;Kuhn) 
Bradley M. Kuhn (2001), <cite><a href="/philosophy/gpl-american-dream">Die GNU GPL und der amerikanische Traum</a></cite>. 
118 | <a href="/philosophy/freedom-or-power.html" id="FreedomOrPower">
| Freedom or Power?</a> {+(by Bradley&nbsp;M.&nbsp;Kuhn and RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/freedom-or-power.html" id="FreedomOrPower"> Freedom or Power?</a> (by Bradley&nbsp;M.&nbsp;Kuhn and RMS) 
Bradley M. Kuhn; Richard Stallman (2009), <cite><a href="/philosophy/freedom-or-power" id="FreedomOrPower">Freiheit oder Macht?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2001). 
120 | <a href="/philosophy/enforcing-gpl.html" id="EnforcingGPL"> Enforcing
| the GNU GPL</a> {+(by Eben Moglen)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/enforcing-gpl.html" id="EnforcingGPL"> Enforcing the GNU GPL</a> (by Eben Moglen) 
Eben Moglen (2001), <cite><a href="/philosophy/enforcing-gpl" id="EnforcingGPL">Durchsetzung der GNU GPL</a></cite>. 
121 | <a href="/philosophy/using-gfdl.html" id="UsingGFDL">{+ +}Using the
| GNU FDL</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/using-gfdl.html" id="UsingGFDL"> Using the GNU FDL</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/using-gfdl" id="UsingGFDL">Verwendung der GNU FDL</a></cite>. 
123 | <a [-href="/philosophy/apsl.html">The Problems-]
| {+href="/philosophy/apsl.html"> FSF's Opinion+} of the Apple
| [-License</a>-] {+Public Source License (APSL) 2.0</a>+} 
<a href="/philosophy/apsl.html"> FSF's Opinion of the Apple Public Source License (APSL) 2.0</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/apsl">Stellungnahme der FSF zur Apple Public Source License (APSL) 2.0</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
124 | <a href="/philosophy/plan-nine.html" id="PlanNineLicense"> The
| Problems of the {+(Earlier)+} Plan 9 License</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/plan-nine.html" id="PlanNineLicense"> The Problems of the (Earlier) Plan 9 License</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2000), <cite><a href="/philosophy/plan-nine" id="PlanNineLicense" hreflang="en">Probleme der Plan 9-Lizenz</a></cite>. 
125 | <a [-href="/philosophy/netscape-npl.html">The-]
| {+href="/philosophy/netscape-npl.html"> On the+} Netscape Public
| [-License Has Serious Problems</a>. An <a
| href="/philosophy/netscape-npl-old.html"> earlier version of this
| article</a> is also available.-] {+License</a> (by RMS) [<a
| href="/philosophy/netscape-npl-old.html">older version</a>]+} 
<a href="/philosophy/netscape-npl.html"> On the Netscape Public License</a> (by RMS) [<a href="/philosophy/netscape-npl-old.html">older version</a>] 
Richard Stallman (1998), <cite><a href="/philosophy/netscape-npl">Über die Netscape Public License</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015)<br />&#8209;&#160;die Netscape Public License hat ernst zu nehmende Probleme. Zum Thema ist auch ein älterer Artikel, <cite><a href="/philosophy/netscape-npl-old">Über den Entwurf der <span xml:lang="en" lang="en">Netscape Public License</span></a></cite> (1998, aktualisiert 2015), abrufbar. 
126 | <a href="/philosophy/netscape.html">{+ +}Netscape and Free
| [-Software</a>, an-] {+Software</a> &mdash; An+} old article that
| clarifies some misunderstandings about an announcement by Netscape. 
<a href="/philosophy/netscape.html"> Netscape and Free Software</a> &mdash; An old article that clarifies some misunderstandings about an announcement by Netscape. 
Free Software Foundation (1998), <cite><a href="/philosophy/netscape">Netscape und Freie Software</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2008)<br />&#8209;&#160;stellt einige Missverständnisse einer Ankündigung seitens Netscape klar. 
127 | <a href="/philosophy/motif.html" id="MotifLicense"> The [-New-] Motif
| License</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/motif.html" id="MotifLicense"> The Motif License</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (1997), <cite><a href="/philosophy/motif" id="MotifLicense">Motif-Lizenz</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2010). 
129 | <a [-href="/philosophy/javascript-trap.html">Javascript Trap</a>.-]
| {+href="/philosophy/javascript-trap.html"> JavaScript Trap</a> (by RMS)
| &mdash;+} You may be running nonfree programs on your computer every day
| without realizing it&mdash;through your web browser. 
<a href="/philosophy/javascript-trap.html"> JavaScript Trap</a> (by RMS) &mdash; You may be running nonfree programs on your computer every day without realizing it&mdash;through your web browser. 
Richard Stallman (2009), <cite><a href="/philosophy/javascript-trap" hreflang="en">JavaScript-Falle</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2010)<br />&#8209;&#160;möglicherweise werden tagtäglich unfreie Programme auf Ihrem Rechner ausgeführt, ohne es zu merken&#160;&#8209;&#160;durch Ihren Webbrowser. 
130 | <a href="/philosophy/java-trap.html" id="JavaTrap"> Free But Shackled
| - The Java Trap</a> [-(Although-] {+(by RMS) &mdash; Although+} Sun has
| <a href="http{+s+}://www.fsf.org/news/fsf-welcomes-gpl-java.html">
| relicensed</a> most of its Java platform reference implementation under
| the GNU General Public License, the issue described in this article still
| remains important.[-)-] 
<a href="/philosophy/java-trap.html" id="JavaTrap"> Free But Shackled - The Java Trap</a> (by RMS) &mdash; Although Sun has <a href="https://www.fsf.org/news/fsf-welcomes-gpl-java.html"> relicensed</a> most of its Java platform reference implementation under the GNU General Public License, the issue described in this article still remains important. 
Richard Stallman (2004), <cite><a href="/philosophy/java-trap" id="JavaTrap">Frei aber gefesselt&#160;&#8209;&#160;die Java-Falle</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015).<br />&#8209;&#160;obwohl Sun einen Großteil der <a href="https://www.fsf.org/news/fsf-welcomes-gpl-java.html">Java-Plattform Referenz-Implementierung unter der <span xml:lang="en" lang="en">GNU General Public License</span> neu lizenziert</a> hat, bleibt das in diesem Artikel beschriebene Problem wichtig. 
131 | <a href="/philosophy/x.html">{+ +}The X Window System Trap</a> {+(by
| RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/x.html"> The X Window System Trap</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (1998), <cite><a href="/philosophy/x">Die X Window System (X11)-Falle</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2011). 
135 http://www.wired.com/opinion/2012/11/richard-stallman-software-patents/
| <a href="/philosophy/limit-patent-effect.html">{+ +}Giving the Software
| Field Protection from Patents</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/limit-patent-effect.html"> Giving the Software Field Protection from Patents</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2013), <cite><a href="/philosophy/limit-patent-effect" hreflang="en">Den Softwarebereich vor Patenten schützen</a></cite>. 
136 | <a href="/philosophy/europes-unitary-patent.html">{+ +}Europe's
| &ldquo;unitary patent&rdquo; could mean unlimited software patents</a>
| {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/europes-unitary-patent.html"> Europe's &ldquo;unitary patent&rdquo; could mean unlimited software patents</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2011), <cite><a href="/philosophy/europes-unitary-patent">Europas „Einheitspatent“ könnte unbegrenzte Softwarepatente bedeuten</a></cite>. 
137 Defending your rights in the digital world: DVD Cases Archive
| <a [-href="https://www.eff.org/search/site/dvd cases/">EFF-]
| {+href="https://www.eff.org/search/site/dvd%20cases/"> EFF+}
| &ldquo;Intellectual Property&rdquo;: MPAA (Motion Picture Association of
| America) DVD Cases Archive</a> 
<a href="https://www.eff.org/search/site/dvd%20cases/"> EFF &ldquo;Intellectual Property&rdquo;: MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) DVD Cases Archive</a> 
EFF, <cite><a href="https://www.eff.org/search/site/dvd cases/" xml:lang="en" lang="en" title="Defending your rights in the digital world: DVD Cases Archive">DVD Cases-Archiv. „Geistiges Eigentum“: Lobbyismus der Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)</a></cite>, unter: https://www.eff.org/search/site/dvd cases/. 
139 | <a href="/philosophy/microsoft-new-monopoly.html"> Microsoft's New
| Monopoly</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/microsoft-new-monopoly.html"> Microsoft's New Monopoly</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2005), <cite><a href="/philosophy/microsoft-new-monopoly" hreflang="en">Microsofts neues Monopol</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2016). 
140 | <a
| href="http{+s+}://www.theguardian.com/technology/2005/aug/02/comment.business">
| Soft [-sell</a>. Richard Stallman's comments-] {+sell</a> (by RMS, on
| <i>theguardian.com</i>) &mdash; Comments+} on the defeat of the EU
| software patenting directive. [-Published in <i>The Guardian</i> in 2005.-] 
<a href="https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2005/aug/02/comment.business"> Soft sell</a> (by RMS, on <i>theguardian.com</i>) &mdash; Comments on the defeat of the EU software patenting directive. 
Richard Stallman (2005), <cite><a href="//www.theguardian.com/technology/2005/aug/02/comment.business" title="Unaufdringliche Verkaufstaktik" xml:lang="en" lang="en">Soft sell</a></cite>, in: The Guardian, theguardian.com London 2005<br />&#8209;&#160;ein Kommentar zur Niederlage der <a href="//eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/DE/TXT/HTML/?uri=CELEX:52002PC0092&amp;from=EN" title="Richtlinie über die Patentierbarkeit computerimplementierter Erfindungen, unter: Official Journal, eur-lex.europa.eu 2002.">EU-Softwarepatent-Richtlinie</a>. 
141 | <a href="/philosophy/bill-gates-and-other-communists.html">{+ +}Bill
| Gates and Other [-Communists</a>. An article by Richard Stallman published
| in CNET News.com in 2005.-] {+Communists</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/bill-gates-and-other-communists.html"> Bill Gates and Other Communists</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2005), <cite><a href="/philosophy/bill-gates-and-other-communists" hreflang="en">Bill Gates und andere Kommunisten</a></cite>, CNET 2005 (aktualisiert 2015). 
142 | <a href="/philosophy/software-literary-patents.html"
| id="SoftwareLiteraryPatents"> Software Patents and Literary
| [-Patents</a>, by Richard M. Stallman.-] {+Patents</a> (by RMS) &mdash;+}
| Speaking of patenting artistic techniques, US patent (6,935,954) covers
| making game characters start to hallucinate when (according to the game)
| they are being driven insane. That is getting pretty close to the
| hypothetical examples cited in this article. 
<a href="/philosophy/software-literary-patents.html" id="SoftwareLiteraryPatents"> Software Patents and Literary Patents</a> (by RMS) &mdash; Speaking of patenting artistic techniques, US patent (6,935,954) covers making game characters start to hallucinate when (according to the game) they are being driven insane. That is getting pretty close to the hypothetical examples cited in this article. 
Richard Stallman (2008), <cite><a href="/philosophy/software-literary-patents" id="SoftwareLiteraryPatents">Softwarepatente und literarische Patente</a></cite><br />&#8209;&#160;hypothetische Beispiele über das Patentieren künstlerischer Techniken (US-Patent 6.935.954), und wie mutige Spielcharaktere zu halluzinieren beginnen, wenn sie (je nach Spiel) in den Wahnsinn getrieben werden. 
143 | <a href="/philosophy/fighting-software-patents.html"
| id="FightingSoftwarePatents"> Fighting Software [-Patents - Singly-]
| {+Patents&mdash;Singly+} and Together</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/fighting-software-patents.html" id="FightingSoftwarePatents"> Fighting Software Patents&mdash;Singly and Together</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2004), <cite><a href="/philosophy/fighting-software-patents" id="FightingSoftwarePatents">Kampf gegen Softwarepatente &#8209; einzeln und gemeinsam</a></cite>. 
144 | <a
| href="http{+s+}://www.theguardian.com/technology/2005/jun/23/onlinesupplement.insideit">
| Patent [-absurdity</a>, an article by Richard M. Stallman published in
| <i>The Guardian</i> in 2005.-] {+absurdity</a> (by RMS, on
| <i>theguardian.com</i>)+} 
<a href="https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2005/jun/23/onlinesupplement.insideit"> Patent absurdity</a> (by RMS, on <i>theguardian.com</i>) 
Richard Stallman (2005), <cite><a href="//www.theguardian.com/technology/2005/jun/23/onlinesupplement.insideit" title="Patent Absurdität">Patent absurdity</a></cite>, in: The Guardian, theguardian.com London 2005. 
146 | <a [-href="/philosophy/savingeurope.html">Saving Europe from-]
| {+href="/philosophy/guardian-article.html"> Opposing The European+}
| Software [-Patents</a>-] {+Patent Directive</a> (by RMS and
| Nick&nbsp;Hill)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/guardian-article.html"> Opposing The European Software Patent Directive</a> (by RMS and Nick&nbsp;Hill) 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/savingeurope.html" hreflang="en">Rettung Europas vor Softwarepatenten</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2007). 
148 | <a href="/philosophy/hague.html">{+ +}Harm from the [-Hague</a>.-]
| {+Hague</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/hague.html"> Harm from the Hague</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman; Free Software Foundation (2001), <cite><a href="/philosophy/hague">Gefahr aus Den Haag</a></cite>. 
149 | <a
| href="https://web.archive.org/web/20000815064858/http://www.researchoninnovation.org/patent.pdf"
| id="SequentialIPandI">{+ +}Sequential Innovation, Patents, and
| Imitation</a> [-is a-] {+(by James Bessen and Eric Maskin, on
| <i>researchoninnovation.org</i>, archived) &mdash; This+} paper [-that-]
| presents a mathematical model showing how patents can impede progress in
| fields like software. 
<a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20000815064858/http://www.researchoninnovation.org/patent.pdf" id="SequentialIPandI"> Sequential Innovation, Patents, and Imitation</a> (by James Bessen and Eric Maskin, on <i>researchoninnovation.org</i>, archived) &mdash; This paper presents a mathematical model showing how patents can impede progress in fields like software. 
James Bessen; Eric Maskin, <cite><a href="https://web.archive.org/web/http://www.researchoninnovation.org/patentde.pdf" id="SequentialIPandI" title="Sequentielle Innovation, Patente und Imitation">Sequential Innovation, Patents, and Imitation</a></cite>, unter: researchoninnovation.org 2000<br />&#8209;&#160;ein Papier, das ein mathematisches Modell zeigt, wie Patente den Fortschritt in Bereichen wie Software behindern können. 
151 (Update) ???
| <a href="/philosophy/amazon-nat.html">{+ +}Amazon Boycott
| [-Success!</a>, a-] {+Success!</a> (a+} letter from Nat Friedman to
| [-Richard Stallman.-] {+RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/amazon-nat.html"> Amazon Boycott Success!</a> (a letter from Nat Friedman to RMS) 
Richard Stallman (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/amazon-nat">Amazon Boykott: Nachricht von Nat Friedman an Richard Stallman</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2014). 
152 | <a [-href="/philosophy/amazon.html">Boycott-]
| {+href="/philosophy/amazon.html"> (Formerly) Boycott+} Amazon!</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/amazon.html"> (Formerly) Boycott Amazon!</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/amazon">[ehemals] Boykottiert Amazon!</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015). 
153 | <a [-href="/philosophy/amazonpatent.html">Amazon's patent on a-]
| {+href="/philosophy/amazonpatent.html"> Method and+} system for placing
| a purchase order [-over the internet</a>,-] {+via a communications
| network</a> &mdash; Amazon patent+} with notes by [-Richard Stallman.-]
| {+RMS+} 
<a href="/philosophy/amazonpatent.html"> Method and system for placing a purchase order via a communications network</a> &mdash; Amazon patent with notes by RMS 
Richard Stallman (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/trivial-patent.html" hreflang="en">Amazon Boykott: US-Patent 5.960.411</a></cite><br />&#8209;&#160;Amazons Patent auf ein <cite title="http://www.patents.com/us-5960411.html">„Verfahren und System zur Platzierung einer Bestellung über ein Kommunikationsnetz“</cite>, mit Anmerkungen von Richard Stallman. 
154 http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2003/jun/05/onlinesupplement1?INTCMP=SRCH
http://www.heise.de/ct/artikel/Die-Auseinandersetzung-um-das-Patentwesen-und-der-Streit-ueber-Softwarepatente-302334.html.
| <a [-href="/philosophy/gif.html">Why there are no-]
| {+href="/philosophy/gif.html"> Why There Are No+} GIF [-f-]{+F+}iles on
| GNU [-web pages</a>.-] {+Web Pages</a> &mdash;+} While this story is a
| historical illustration of the danger of software patents, these
| particular patents are now no longer a concern. For details of our
| website [-<a href="/server/fsf-html-style-sheet.html#UseofGraphics">-]
| policies regarding [-GIFs</a>,-] {+GIFs,+} see our <a
| [-href="/server/standards/"> web-]
| {+href="/server/standards/gnu-website-guidelines.html#UseofGraphics">web+}
| guidelines</a>. 
<a href="/philosophy/gif.html"> Why There Are No GIF Files on GNU Web Pages</a> &mdash; While this story is a historical illustration of the danger of software patents, these particular patents are now no longer a concern. For details of our website policies regarding GIFs, see our <a href="/server/standards/gnu-website-guidelines.html#UseofGraphics">web guidelines</a>. 
Free Software Foundation (1997), <cite><a href="/philosophy/gif">Warum es keine GIF-Dateien in HTML-Dokumenten von GNU gibt</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2010)<br />&#8209;&#160;eine zeitgeschichtliche Illustration der Gefahr von Softwarepatenten, die heute kein kein Grund mehr zur Sorge darstellen. Für weitere Informationen siehe den <cite><a href="/server/fsf-html-style-sheet#UseofGraphics" hreflang="en">Leitfaden für die GNU-Internetpräsenz: Nutzung von Grafiken</a></cite>. 
156 | <a [-href="/philosophy/categories.html">Categories of Free-]
| {+href="/philosophy/protecting.html"> Help Protect the Rights to Write
| Both Nonfree+} and [-Non-Free-] {+Free+} Software</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/protecting.html"> Help Protect the Rights to Write Both Nonfree and Free Software</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/categories">Kategorien freier und unfreier Software</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
160 ##veraltet
| <a href="/philosophy/reevaluating-copyright.html">{+ +}Reevaluating
| Copyright: The Public [-must prevail</a>-] {+Must Prevail</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/reevaluating-copyright.html"> Reevaluating Copyright: The Public Must Prevail</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/reevaluating-copyright">Neubewertung des Urheberrechts: Die Öffentlichkeit muss die Oberhand behalten</a></cite>. Oregon Law Review 1996. 
161 | <a href="/philosophy/public-domain-manifesto.html">{+ +}Why I Will Not
| Sign the Public Domain Manifesto</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/public-domain-manifesto.html"> Why I Will Not Sign the Public Domain Manifesto</a> (by RMS) 
EFF (2001), <cite><a href="https://www.eff.org/press/releases/princeton-scientists-sue-over-squelched-research" title="Princeton Scientists Sue Over Squelched Research">Felten vs. RIAA</a></cite>, unter: https://www.eff.org/press/releases/princeton-scientists-sue-over-squelched-research <br />&#8209;&#160;Wissenschaftler fordern ein Gericht auf zu entscheiden, dass der Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) ihnen nicht verbietet, ihre Forschungsergebnisse zu veröffentlichen. 
162 | <a [-href="/philosophy/freedom-or-copyright.html">Freedom-Or
| Copyright?</a>, by Richard Stallman (an <a-]
| {+href="/philosophy/freedom-or-copyright.html"> Freedom&mdash;or
| Copyright?</a> (by RMS) [<a+}
| href="/philosophy/freedom-or-copyright-old.html">older [-version</a> of
| this essay remains online as well.)-] {+version</a>]+} 
<a href="/philosophy/freedom-or-copyright.html"> Freedom&mdash;or Copyright?</a> (by RMS) [<a href="/philosophy/freedom-or-copyright-old.html">older version</a>] 
Richard Stallman (2008), <cite><a href="/philosophy/freedom-or-copyright.html" hreflang="en">Freiheit, oder Copyright?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2011)<br />&#8209;&#160; ein <a href="/philosophy/freedom-or-copyright-old">älterer Aufsatz</a> aus dem Jahr 1999 ist ebenfalls abrufbar. 
164 | <a href="/philosophy/push-copyright-aside.html">{+ +}Science must
| &ldquo;push copyright [-aside&rdquo;</a>, another work of <a
| href="http://www.stallman.org">Richard Stallman</a> that appeared-]
| {+aside&rdquo;</a> (by RMS, first published+} in [-the-] <a
| href="https://web.archive.org/web/20050729110347/http://www.nature.com/nature/debates/e-access/Articles/stallman.html">
| [-Nature Webdebates</a>-] {+<cite>Nature WebDebates</cite></a>+} in
| [-2001,-] {+2001) &mdash; This article+} explains how copyright is
| impeding progress in scientific research. You may also be interested in
| <a [-href="https://www.plos.org/">The-]
| {+href="https://plos.org/">The+} Public Library of Science</a>, which is
| dedicated to making scientific research freely available to all on the
| Internet. 
<a href="/philosophy/push-copyright-aside.html"> Science must &ldquo;push copyright aside&rdquo;</a> (by RMS, first published in <a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20050729110347/http://www.nature.com/nature/debates/e-access/Articles/stallman.html"> <cite>Nature WebDebates</cite></a> in 2001) &mdash; This article explains how copyright is impeding progress in scientific research. You may also be interested in <a href="https://plos.org/">The Public Library of Science</a>, which is dedicated to making scientific research freely available to all on the Internet. 
Richard Stallman (2001), <cite><a href="/philosophy/push-copyright-aside.html" hreflang="en">Wissenschaft muss <em>‚Urheberrecht beiseite schieben‘</em></a></cite> (aktualisiert 2012)<br />(die Urfassung erschien unter dem Titel <cite><a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20050729110347/http://www.nature.com/nature/debates/e-access/Articles/stallman.html">Science must ‘push copyright aside’</a></cite>, Nature Publishing Group 2001)<br />&#8209;&#160;wie Urheberrecht den Fortschritt der wissenschaftlichen Forschung behindert. Siehe auch <i><a href="https://www.plos.org" xml:lang="en" lang="en">The Public Library of Science</a></i>, die sich dafür einsetzt, wissenschaftliche Forschung für alle im Internet frei zugänglich zu machen. 
165  
<a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20030604075825/http://www.humaninfo.org/copyrigh.htm"> Examples of Excellent Copyright Policies</a> (on <i>humaninfo.org</i>, archived) 
 
166 | <a
| [-href="http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/openlaw/eldredvashcroft/cyber/complaint_orig.html">
| Eldred-]
| {+href="https://cyber.harvard.edu/openlaw/eldredvashcroft/cyber/complaint_orig.html">
| Original complaint in <cite>Eldred+} v. [-Reno</a> is about a-]
| {+Reno</cite></a> (on <i>harvard.edu</i>) &mdash; A+} lawsuit to overturn
| a law that extends copyright by 20 extra years. 
<a href="https://cyber.harvard.edu/openlaw/eldredvashcroft/cyber/complaint_orig.html"> Original complaint in <cite>Eldred v. Reno</cite></a> (on <i>harvard.edu</i>) &mdash; A lawsuit to overturn a law that extends copyright by 20 extra years. 
Openlaw, <cite><a href="https://cyber.law.harvard.edu/openlaw/eldredvashcroft/cyber/complaint_orig.html">Eldred vs. Reno</a></cite>, unter: cyber.harvard.edu<br />&#8209;&#160;beschreibt einen Prozess um ein Gesetz zu kippen, das Urheberrecht um 20 weitere Jahre verlängern soll. 
167 # (???) Which article?
| <a href="/philosophy/rms-comment-longs-article.html">{+ +}Comments on
| Roderick Long's [-Article</a>.-] {+Article</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/rms-comment-longs-article.html"> Comments on Roderick Long's Article</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/rms-comment-longs-article">Kommentar zum Artikel von Roderick Long</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2008). 
169 (2002)
| <a [-href="/philosophy/no-ip-ethos.html">Don't Let-]
| {+href="/philosophy/not-ipr.html"> Did You Say+} &ldquo;Intellectual
| [-Property&rdquo; Twist Your Ethos</a>, by Richard Stallman.-]
| {+Property&rdquo;? It's a Seductive Mirage</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/not-ipr.html"> Did You Say &ldquo;Intellectual Property&rdquo;? It's a Seductive Mirage</a> (by RMS) 
Openlaw: <cite><a href="https://cyber.law.harvard.edu/openlaw/eldredvashcroft/cyber/complaint_orig.html">Eldred vs. Reno</a></cite>, unter: https://cyber.law.harvard.edu/openlaw/eldredvashcroft/cyber/complaint_orig.html<br />&#8209;&#160;beschreibt ein Prozess, ein Gesetz zu kippen, das das Urheberrecht um 20 weitere Jahre verlängern soll. 
170 | <a href="/philosophy/komongistan.html">{+ +}The Curious History of
| Komongistan (Busting the term &ldquo;intellectual property&rdquo;)</a>
| {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/komongistan.html"> The Curious History of Komongistan (Busting the term &ldquo;intellectual property&rdquo;)</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2015), <cite><a href="/philosophy/komongistan" hreflang="en">Die kuriose Geschichte von Komongistan (Zerschlagung des Begriffs „Geistigen Eigentum“)</a></cite>. 
171 (2002)
| <a href="/philosophy/no-ip-ethos.html">{+ +}Don't Let
| &ldquo;Intellectual Property&rdquo; Twist Your [-Ethos</a>, by Richard
| Stallman.-] {+Ethos</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/no-ip-ethos.html"> Don't Let &ldquo;Intellectual Property&rdquo; Twist Your Ethos</a> (by RMS) 
Openlaw: <cite><a href="https://cyber.law.harvard.edu/openlaw/eldredvashcroft/cyber/complaint_orig.html">Eldred vs. Reno</a></cite>, unter: https://cyber.law.harvard.edu/openlaw/eldredvashcroft/cyber/complaint_orig.html<br />&#8209;&#160;beschreibt ein Prozess, ein Gesetz zu kippen, das das Urheberrecht um 20 weitere Jahre verlängern soll. 
172  
<a href="/philosophy/ipjustice.html"> Reject IP Enforcement Directive</a> &mdash; Comments on the rejection of this directive by the International Civil Liberties Coalition. 
 
173 | [-Richard Stallman has written-]<a
| [-href="/philosophy/boldrin-levine.html">a review of-]
| {+href="/philosophy/boldrin-levine.html"> Review:+} Boldrin and
| [-Levine's-] {+Levine,+} &ldquo;The [-case against intellectual
| property.&rdquo;</a>-] {+Case Against Intellectual Property&rdquo;</a> (by
| RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/boldrin-levine.html"> Review: Boldrin and Levine, &ldquo;The Case Against Intellectual Property&rdquo;</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2003), <cite><a href="/philosophy/boldrin-levine">Boldrin und Levine: Der Fall gegen geistiges Eigentum</a></cite><br />&#8209;&#160;eine Rezension. 
175 | <a [-href="/philosophy/fs-motives.html"> Motives For Writing-]
| {+href="/philosophy/sco/sco.html"> FSF's Position regarding SCO's
| attacks on+} Free Software</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/sco/sco.html"> FSF's Position regarding SCO's attacks on Free Software</a> 
Free Software Foundation (2009), <cite><a href="/philosophy/fs-motives">Beweggründe, um Freie Software zu schreiben</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2014). 
176 | <a href="/philosophy/sco/sco-gnu-linux.html">{+ +}SCO, GNU, and
| [-Linux</a>, by Richard Stallman, discusses how-] {+Linux</a> (by RMS)
| &mdash; How+} SCO's lawsuit against IBM pertains to the work of the GNU
| project. [-Please see the <a href="/philosophy/sco/sco.html">FSF SCO
| Response Page</a> for more details on this subject.-] 
<a href="/philosophy/sco/sco-gnu-linux.html"> SCO, GNU, and Linux</a> (by RMS) &mdash; How SCO's lawsuit against IBM pertains to the work of the GNU project. 
Richard Stallman (2003), <cite><a href="/philosophy/sco/sco-gnu-linux">SCO, GNU und Linux</a></cite>, ZDNet 2003<br />&#8209;&#160;wie SCOs Klage gegen IBM auch das GNU-Projekt betrifft. Weitere Informationen unter <cite><a href="/philosophy/sco/sco">Stellungnahme der FSF zu SCOs Angriffen auf Freie Software</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2008). 
179 | <a href="/philosophy/stallmans-law.html">{+ +}Stallman's Law</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/stallmans-law.html"> Stallman's Law</a> 
Free Software Foundation (2012), <cite><a href="/philosophy/stallmans-law">Stallmans Gesetz</a></cite>. 
181 | <a href="/philosophy/computing-progress.html">{+ +}Computing
| &ldquo;progress&rdquo;: good and [-bad</a>, by Richard M. Stallman.-]
| {+bad</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/computing-progress.html"> Computing &ldquo;progress&rdquo;: good and bad</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2007), <cite><a href="/philosophy/computing-progress">Datenverarbeitungs„fortschritt“: gut und schlecht</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2014). 
184 | <a href="/philosophy/opposing-drm.html">{+ +}Opposing Digital Rights
| [-Mismanagement</a>, by Richard M. Stallman, answers-] {+Mismanagement</a>
| (by RMS) &mdash; Answers to+} a few common questions about DRM. 
<a href="/philosophy/opposing-drm.html"> Opposing Digital Rights Mismanagement</a> (by RMS) &mdash; Answers to a few common questions about DRM. 
Free Software Foundation (2010), <cite><a href="/philosophy/assigning-copyright">Wenn ein Unternehmen nach dem Copyright fragt</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2018). 
185 | <a [-href="/philosophy/can-you-trust.html">Can you trust your
| computer?</a>, a work by Richard Stallman about-]
| {+href="/philosophy/can-you-trust.html"> Can You Trust Your
| Computer?</a> (by RMS) &mdash; About+} the so-called &ldquo;trusted
| computing&rdquo; initiatives. 
<a href="/philosophy/can-you-trust.html"> Can You Trust Your Computer?</a> (by RMS) &mdash; About the so-called &ldquo;trusted computing&rdquo; initiatives. 
Richard Stallman (2002), <cite><a href="/philosophy/can-you-trust">Kann man seinem Rechner (noch) vertrauen?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015)<br />&#8209;&#160;eine Arbeit über die sogenannte <em>„<span title="Trusted Computing">Vertrauenswürdige Datenverarbeitung</span>“</em>-Initiative. 
186 | <a href="/philosophy/nonfree-games.html">{+ +}Nonfree DRM'd Games on
| GNU/Linux: Good or Bad?</a> [-by Richard Stallman.-] {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/nonfree-games.html"> Nonfree DRM'd Games on GNU/Linux: Good or Bad?</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2012), <cite><a href="/philosophy/nonfree-games">Unfreie Spiele mit DRM unter GNU/Linux: gut oder schlecht?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2018). 
187 (Copyright) Change license to CC BY-ND in 2011 (Revision 1.16).
| <a href="/philosophy/correcting-france-mistake.html"> Correcting My
| Mistake about French Law</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/correcting-france-mistake.html"> Correcting My Mistake about French Law</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2012), <cite><a href="/philosophy/correcting-france-mistake" hreflang="en">Korrektur meines Fehlers zu französischem Recht</a></cite>. 
189 | <a href="/philosophy/who-does-that-server-really-serve.html">{+ +}Who
| does that server really serve?</a> [-by Richard Stallman published in <a
| href="http://www.bostonreview.net/richard-stallman-free-software-DRM">
| Boston Review.</a>-] {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/who-does-that-server-really-serve.html"> Who does that server really serve?</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2010), <cite><a href="/philosophy/who-does-that-server-really-serve.html" hreflang="en">Wem dient dieser Server wirklich?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015)<br />&#8209;&#160;erstveröffentlicht unter dem Titel <cite><a href="https://www.bostonreview.net/richard-stallman-free-software-DRM" xml:lang="en" lang="en">What Does That Server Really Serve?</a></cite>, in: Boston Review, bostonreview.net Boston 2010. 
190 | <a [-href="/philosophy/fs-motives.html"> Motives For Writing Free
| Software</a>-] {+href="/philosophy/posting-videos.html"> Posting
| Videos</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/posting-videos.html"> Posting Videos</a> (by RMS) 
Free Software Foundation (2009), <cite><a href="/philosophy/fs-motives">Beweggründe, um Freie Software zu schreiben</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2014). 
191 | <a href="/philosophy/whats-wrong-with-youtube.html">{+ +}What's Wrong
| with YouTube</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/whats-wrong-with-youtube.html"> What's Wrong with YouTube</a> 
Richard Stallman (2014), <cite><a href="/philosophy/whats-wrong-with-youtube">Was gegen YouTube spricht</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015). 
192 | <a href="/philosophy/bug-nobody-allowed-to-understand.html">{+ +}The Bug
| Nobody is Allowed to [-Understand</a>, By Richard Stallman.-]
| {+Understand</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/bug-nobody-allowed-to-understand.html"> The Bug Nobody is Allowed to Understand</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2012), <cite><a href="/philosophy/bug-nobody-allowed-to-understand">Den Programmfehler, den niemand verstehen darf</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2014). 
193 | <a href="/philosophy/judge-internet-usage.html"> A wise user judges each
| Internet usage scenario carefully</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/judge-internet-usage.html"> A wise user judges each Internet usage scenario carefully</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2011), <cite><a href="/philosophy/judge-internet-usage">Ein erfahrener Nutzer beurteilt jedes Internet-Nutzungsszenario sorgsam</a></cite>. 
194 | <a href="/philosophy/keep-control-of-your-computing.html"> Keep control
| of your computing, so it doesn't control you!</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/keep-control-of-your-computing.html"> Keep control of your computing, so it doesn't control you!</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2011), <cite><a href="/philosophy/keep-control-of-your-computing">Freies Web - Kämpft gegen die Netz-Moloche!</a></cite><br />&#8209;&#160;behalten Sie die Kontrolle über Ihre Datenverarbeitung, damit sie nicht Sie kontrolliert! 
196 | <a href="/philosophy/right-to-read.html">{+ +}The Right to Read: A
| Dystopian Short Story</a> [-by Richard Stallman.-] {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/right-to-read.html"> The Right to Read: A Dystopian Short Story</a> (by RMS) 
Eben Moglen (2002), <cite><a href="/philosophy/eldred-amicus.html" hreflang="en">FSFs kurzer <span title="Freund des Gerichts">Amicus Curiae</span> im Fall des Obersten Gerichtshofs <em>Eldred vs. Ashcroft</em></a></cite>. 
197 | <a href="/philosophy/ebooks-must-increase-freedom.html"> Ebooks must
| increase our freedom, not decrease it</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/ebooks-must-increase-freedom.html"> Ebooks must increase our freedom, not decrease it</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2012), <cite><a href="/philosophy/ebooks-must-increase-freedom">Elektronische Bücher müssen unsere Freiheit erweitern, nicht mindern</a></cite>. 
198 | <a href="/philosophy/the-danger-of-ebooks.html">{+ +}The Danger of
| E-Books</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/the-danger-of-ebooks.html"> The Danger of E-Books</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2011), <cite><a href="/philosophy/the-danger-of-ebooks">Die Gefahr von elektronischen Büchern</a></cite>. 
199 "Digitales Wirtschaftsgesetz: Ein Clown gibt und der andere nimmt weg"
| <a
| href="http{+s+}://www.theguardian.com/technology/blog/2010/apr/06/digital-economy-bill-richard-stallman">
| Digital economy bill: One clown giveth and the other clown taketh
| [-away</a>, by Richard Stallman.-] {+away</a> (by RMS, on
| <i>theguardian.com</i>)+} 
<a href="https://www.theguardian.com/technology/blog/2010/apr/06/digital-economy-bill-richard-stallman"> Digital economy bill: One clown giveth and the other clown taketh away</a> (by RMS, on <i>theguardian.com</i>) 
Richard Stallman (2010), <cite><a href="//www.theguardian.com/technology/blog/2010/apr/06/digital-economy-bill-richard-stallman" xml:lang="en" lang="en">Digital economy bill: One clown giveth and the other clown taketh away</a></cite>, unter: http//www.theguardian.com/technology/blog/2010/apr/06/digital-economy-bill-richard-stallman, in: The Guardian London 2010. 
200 | <a [-href="/philosophy/free-sw.html">What is Free Software?</a>-]
| {+href="/philosophy/ebooks.html"> Ebooks: Freedom Or Copyright</a> (by
| RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/ebooks.html"> Ebooks: Freedom Or Copyright</a> (by RMS) 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/free-sw">Freie Software. Was ist das?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
201  
<a href="/encyclopedia/free-encyclopedia.html"> The Free Universal Encyclopedia and Learning Resource</a> (by RMS) 
 
203  
<a href="/philosophy/stophr3028.html"> Stop H.R. 3028 - Protect the Net - Stop the Trademark Monopolists</a> (by Marc Rotenberg) 
 
208 | <a [-href="/philosophy/proprietary.html">Clearly-]
| {+href="/proprietary/proprietary.html"> Proprietary Software Is Often
| Malware</a> &mdash; Clearly+} established cases of proprietary software
| that does nasty things to the [-users</a>.-] {+users.+} 
<a href="/proprietary/proprietary.html"> Proprietary Software Is Often Malware</a> &mdash; Clearly established cases of proprietary software that does nasty things to the users. 
Free Software Foundation (2016), <cite><a href="/proprietary/">Proprietäre Software</a></cite><br />&#8209;&#160;eindeutig nachgewiesene Fälle proprietärer Software, die gemeines mit Nutzern anstellt. 
210 | <a [-href="/philosophy/right-to-read.html">The Right to Read: A
| Dystopian Short Story</a> by Richard Stallman.-]
| {+href="/philosophy/wwworst-app-store.html"> The WWWorst App Store</a>
| (by Alexandre Oliva)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/wwworst-app-store.html"> The WWWorst App Store</a> (by Alexandre Oliva) 
Eben Moglen (2002), <cite><a href="/philosophy/eldred-amicus.html" hreflang="en">FSFs kurzer <span title="Freund des Gerichts">Amicus Curiae</span> im Fall des Obersten Gerichtshofs <em>Eldred vs. Ashcroft</em></a></cite>. 
211 | <a [-href="/philosophy/amazon.html">Boycott Amazon!</a>-]
| {+href="/philosophy/phone-anonymous-payment.html"> Anonymous Payment by
| Phone</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/phone-anonymous-payment.html"> Anonymous Payment by Phone</a> (by RMS) 
Free Software Foundation (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/amazon">[ehemals] Boykottiert Amazon!</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2015). 
212 "Digitales Wirtschaftsgesetz: Ein Clown gibt und der andere nimmt weg"
| <a
| href="https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/apr/03/facebook-abusing-data-law-privacy-big-tech-surveillance">
| A radical proposal to keep your personal data [-safe</a>, by Richard
| Stallman-] {+safe</a> (by RMS, on <i>theguardian.com</i>)+} 
<a href="https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/apr/03/facebook-abusing-data-law-privacy-big-tech-surveillance"> A radical proposal to keep your personal data safe</a> (by RMS, on <i>theguardian.com</i>) 
Richard Stallman (2010), <cite><a href="//www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/apr/03/facebook-abusing-data-law-privacy-big-tech-surveillance" xml:lang="en" lang="en">Digital economy bill: One clown giveth and the other clown taketh away</a></cite>, unter: http//www.theguardian.com/technology/blog/2010/apr/06/digital-economy-bill-richard-stallman, in: The Guardian London 2010. 
214 | <a href="/philosophy/ubuntu-spyware.html">{+ +}Ubuntu Spyware: What to
| Do?</a> {+(by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/ubuntu-spyware.html"> Ubuntu Spyware: What to Do?</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2012), <cite><a href="/philosophy/ubuntu-spyware">Ubuntu-Spyware: Was ist zu tun?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
215 | <a href="/philosophy/microsoft.html">{+ +}Is Microsoft the Great
| Satan?</a> [-(An <a-] {+[<a+}
| href="/philosophy/microsoft-old.html">older [-version</a> of this
| article is also available.)-] {+version</a>]+} 
<a href="/philosophy/microsoft.html"> Is Microsoft the Great Satan?</a> [<a href="/philosophy/microsoft-old.html">older version</a>] 
Free Software Foundation (1997), <cite><a href="/philosophy/microsoft">Ist Microsoft der große Satan?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017)<br />&#8209;&#160;zum Thema ist auch ein älterer Artikel, <cite><a href="/philosophy/microsoft-old">Ist Microsoft der große Satan?</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2009), abrufbar. 
216 | <a [-href="/philosophy/the-root-of-this-problem.html">The problem is
| software controlled by its developer</a>, by Richard&nbsp;M. Stallman.-]
| {+href="/philosophy/the-root-of-this-problem.html"> The Problem Is
| Software Controlled By Its Developer</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/the-root-of-this-problem.html"> The Problem Is Software Controlled By Its Developer</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2010), <cite><a href="/philosophy/the-root-of-this-problem" hreflang="en">Problem ist Software, die vom Entwickler kontrolliert wird</a></cite>. 
217 | <a href="/philosophy/gates.html">{+ +}It's not the Gates, it's the
| [-bars</a>, an article by Richard Stallman published in BBC News in
| 2008.-] {+bars</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/gates.html"> It's not the Gates, it's the bars</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (2008), <cite><a href="/philosophy/gates">Es sind nicht die Gates, es sind Schloss und Riegel</a></cite>, BBC News 2008. 
218 | <a [-href="/philosophy/wassenaar.html">Encryption-]
| {+href="/philosophy/wassenaar.html"> The Wassenaar Arrangement</a>
| &mdash; Encryption+} software volunteers needed in countries without
| export [-control</a>.-] {+control.+} 
<a href="/philosophy/wassenaar.html"> The Wassenaar Arrangement</a> &mdash; Encryption software volunteers needed in countries without export control. 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/wassenaar">Wassenaar-Abkommen</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2008)<br />&#8209;&#160;Freiwillige für Verschlüsselungssoftware in Ländern ohne Exportkontrolle gesucht. 
220 | <a href="/philosophy/microsoft-verdict.html">{+ +}On the Microsoft
| Verdict</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/microsoft-verdict.html"> On the Microsoft Verdict</a> 
Free Software Foundation (2008), <cite><a href="/philosophy/microsoft-verdict" hreflang="en">Auf den Microsoft-Urteilsspruch</a></cite>. 
221 | <a href="/philosophy/microsoft-antitrust.html">{+ +}The Microsoft
| Antitrust Trial and Free Software</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/microsoft-antitrust.html"> The Microsoft Antitrust Trial and Free Software</a> 
Free Software Foundation (2008), <cite><a href="/philosophy/microsoft-antitrust" hreflang="en">Das Microsoft Antitrust-Verfahren und Freie Software</a></cite>. 
222 | <a href="/philosophy/privacyaction.html">{+ +}Protect Postal
| [-Privacy</a>, a-] {+Privacy</a> (by Kathleen Ellis) &mdash; A+} campaign
| to resist the proposed rule by the United States Postal Service to collect
| private information from customers. 
<a href="/philosophy/privacyaction.html"> Protect Postal Privacy</a> (by Kathleen Ellis) &mdash; A campaign to resist the proposed rule by the United States Postal Service to collect private information from customers. 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/privacyaction">Schutz des US-Postgeheimnisses</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2018).<br />&#8209;&#160;eine Kampagne von Kathleen Ellis gegen die vorgeschlagene Regelung des US-Postdienstes, private Informationen von Kunden zu sammeln. 
223 <br />&#8209;&#160;wie die Freiheiten im Internet geschützt werden können
| [-How to Protect the-]<a href="/philosophy/basic-freedoms.html">
| Freedoms of Speech, Press, and Association</a> {+&mdash; How to protect
| these freedoms+} on the Internet. 
<a href="/philosophy/basic-freedoms.html"> Freedoms of Speech, Press, and Association</a> &mdash; How to protect these freedoms on the Internet. 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/basic-freedoms">Rede-, Presse- und Versammlungsfreiheit im Internet</a></cite> (Übersicht) (aktualisiert 2014). 
224 (Copyright) Change license to CC BY-ND in 2011 (Revision 1.16).
| <a href="/philosophy/censoring-emacs.html">{+ +}Censoring My
| [-Software</a>, by Richard Stallman.-] {+Software</a> (by RMS)+} 
<a href="/philosophy/censoring-emacs.html"> Censoring My Software</a> (by RMS) 
Richard Stallman (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/censoring-emacs">Zensur meiner Software [Emacs]</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2011), erstveröffentlicht in: Datamation 1996. 
226 | <a [-href="/philosophy/words-to-avoid.html">Confusing Words</a> which
| You Might Want-] {+href="/philosophy/words-to-avoid.html"> Words+} to
| Avoid {+(or Use with Care) Because They Are Loaded or Confusing</a>+} 
<a href="/philosophy/words-to-avoid.html"> Words to Avoid (or Use with Care) Because They Are Loaded or Confusing</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/words-to-avoid">Zu vermeidende Wörter</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017)<br />&#8209;&#160;(oder mit Sorgfalt zu verwendende), weil sie voreingenommen oder irreführend sind. 
227 | <a href="/philosophy/fs-translations.html">{+ +}Translations of the term
| &ldquo;free software&rdquo;</a> into various languages. 
<a href="/philosophy/fs-translations.html"> Translations of the term &ldquo;free software&rdquo;</a> into various languages. 
Free Software Foundation (1999), <cite><a href="/philosophy/fs-translations">Übersetzungen des Begriffs ‚Free Software‘</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
228 | <a href="/philosophy/categories.html">{+ +}Categories of Free and
| [-Non-Free-] {+Nonfree+} Software</a> 
<a href="/philosophy/categories.html"> Categories of Free and Nonfree Software</a> 
Free Software Foundation (1996), <cite><a href="/philosophy/categories">Kategorien freier und unfreier Software</a></cite> (aktualisiert 2017). 
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