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UKFSN moves into positive territory
By brian, Section News
Posted on Fri Sep 5th, 2003 at 15:52:00 GMT
According to this posting from Jason Clifford the free software ISP UKFSN has made its first profit. All of the profits will be used to support free software, through the UK's Assocation for Free Software.

UKFSN offers both dialup and DSL internet access in the UK. It also provides other useful services such as SMTP AUTH, DNS, Webmail and USENET on a subscription basis (these are available to anyone).


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