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BBC News: Why software should be free
By Anonymous Hero, Section Interviews
Posted on Fri Apr 5th, 2002 at 11:04:04 GMT
Richard Stallman is a pioneer of the free software movement. His vision is of software that has no secrets, that people can share freely. He told BBC News Online's Alfred Hermida why free software could replace proprietary programs. Read the interview

 

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