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106 <h1>2014 Holiday Giving Guide</h1>
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109 <h2>
110 Are you giving your loved ones holiday gifts they can
111 use freely, or gifts which put someone else in
112 control?
113 </h2>
114
115 <p>
116 Electronics are popular gifts for the holidays, but
117 people often overlook the restrictions that
118 manufacturers slip under the wrapping paper. Companies
119 like Microsoft and Apple can and will use Digital
120 Restrictions Management (DRM) to
121 prevent your loved ones from sharing apps on the
122 laptop you got them or remixing the songs on their
123 expensive new iPad. If the recipient of your gift
124 is as unlucky as one woman last year,
125
126 <a href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org/node/2250">
127 Amazon might even block all the books on their
128 Kindle and refuse to explain why
129 </a>.
130
131 Companies want us to accept this kind of intrusive
132 control, but when you think about, it's unethical
133 (and annoying!).
134 </p>
135
136 <h2>Give freely</h2>
137
138 <p>
139 The good news is, for every device that uses DRM or
140 has a remote "kill switch" like the Kindle, ethical
141 companies have made a better one that doesn't, one
142 that your loved ones will be free to enjoy however
143 they wish. Here's a list of these smarter gifts,
144 compared with their more well-known, but more
145 restrictive alternatives. While you're reading, please
146 remember that donating to a charity in your friend or
147 family member's name is at least as meaningful as
148 buying them an electronic device. Some of our favorite
149 charities are the
150
151 <a href="http://www.eff.org/">
152 Electronic Frontier Foundation
153 </a>,
154 <a href="http://www.creativecommons.org/">
155 Creative Commons
156 </a>,
157 <a href="http://wikimedia.org/">
158 Wikimedia Foundation
159 </a>,
160 <a href="http://www.sfconservancy.org/">
161 Software Freedom Conservancy
162 </a>,
163 <a href="http://www.softwarefreedom.org/">
164 Software Freedom Law Center</a>,
165 <a href="http://www.gnome.org/">GNOME Foundation</a>
166 and
167 <a href="http://www.fsf.org/">Free Software Foundation</a>.
168 </p>
169
170 <h2>The Free Software Foundation's Holiday Giving Guide</h2>
171
172 <p>
173 The gifts in the left column respect your freedom much
174 more than those in the right column.
175 </p>
176
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180 <a href="http://www.fsf.org/share?u=http://www.fsf.org/givingguide&amp;t=Give%20tech%20gifts%20that%20support%20user%20freedom%20">
181 share the Giving Guide
182 </a>
183
184 with your friends and family members, especially
185 those that might give you presents! (We're using the hashtag
186 #givefreely.)
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189
190 <p>
191 To make a really big splash, get some friends
192 together, print the
193 <a href="https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/misc/GivingGuide2013.pdf">
194 PDF version of the Giving Guide
195 </a>
196 and hand it out near a local store that sells
197 DRM-encumbered products. Be sure to take photos!
198
199 Send us photos and any questions at
200 <a href="mailto:campaigns@fsf.org">
201 campaigns@fsf.org
202 </a>.
203 </p>
204
205 <h3>
206 Operating System: Give the gift of free, flexible, and
207 ethical computing
208 </h3>
209
210 <table class="giving-guide">
211 <tbody>
212 <tr>
213 <td align="center">
214 <img alt="Trisquel"
215 src="images/trisquel.svg"
216 width="250">
217 </td>
218
219 <td align="center">
220 <img alt="greater than" src="images/gt.png">
221 </td>
222
223 <td align="center">
224 <img alt="Windows 8" class="imgright"
225 src="images/WindowsPrepped.png"
226 width="250">
227 </td>
228 </tr>
229
230 <tr>
231 <td>
232 <strong>Trisquel GNU/Linux</strong>
233
234 <ul>
235 <li>
236 Completely free operating system:
237 transparent and modifiable
238 </li>
239
240 <li>
241 Break the cycle of forced upgrades and
242 planned obsolescence
243 </li>
244
245 <li>
246 Comes with all the software you need and an
247 easy software manager to find more. You can
248 also give the gift of
249 <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/">
250 free software
251 </a>
252 in general, without an entirely new
253 operating system.
254 </li>
255
256 <li>
257 Visit
258 <a href="http://trisquel.info/">
259 trisquel.info
260 </a>
261 to download the gift of GNU/Linux and help
262 your friends and family set up their new
263 OS. If you know someone who wants to run a
264 fully free GNU/Linux distribution, but
265 depends on proprietary wifi, one of the
266 adapters in the
267 <a href="https://www.fsf.org/resources/hw/endorsement/respects-your-freedom">
268 Respects Your Freedom
269 </a>
270 certification program can help.
271 </li>
272 </ul>
273 </td>
274
275 <td></td>
276
277 <td>
278 <strong>Windows 8</strong>
279
280 <ul>
281 <li>
282 Proprietary software that profits from
283 controlling how you use your computer
284 </li>
285
286 <li>
287 Invades privacy and exposes personal data to
288 Microsoft,
289 <a href="http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-how-to-remain-secure-surveillance">
290 the NSA,
291 </a> and other malicious attackers
292 </li>
293
294 <li>
295 Dependent on mandatory upgrades and devices
296 that don't support older versions of Windows
297 </li>
298 </ul>
299 </td>
300 </tr>
301 </tbody>
302 </table>
303
304 <h3>
305 3D Printing: Give the maker in your life a 3D printer
306 that promotes innovation, or buy one for yourself and
307 3D print all your presents this year!
308 </h3>
309
310 <table class="giving-guide">
311 <tbody>
312 <tr>
313 <td align="center">
314 <img alt="Lulzbot" src="images/taz2.jpg"
315 width="250">
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317
318 <td align="center">
319 <img alt="greater than"
320 src="images/gt.png">
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324 <img alt="Makerbot Replicator 2" class="imgright"
325 src="images/MakerbotPrepped.png"
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327 </td>
328 </tr>
329
330 <tr>
331 <td>
332 <strong>Lulzbot TAZ 2.0 3D printer</strong>
333
334 <ul>
335 <li>
336 <a href="https://www.fsf.org/resources/hw/endorsement/respects-your-freedom">
337 Respects Your Freedom
338 </a>
339
340 certified by the Free Software Foundation
341 </li>
342
343 <li>
344 Powered by free software, making 3D printing
345 more accessible and encouraging innovation
346 </li>
347
348 <li>
349 Learn more about the Lulzbot at
350 <a href="http://www.lulzbot.com/">
351 www.lulzbot.com
352 </a>
353 </li>
354 </ul>
355 </td>
356
357 <td></td>
358
359 <td>
360 <strong>Makerbot Replicator 2</strong>
361
362 <ul>
363 <li>
364 MakerWare software is proprietary,
365 restricting freedom and stifling innovation
366 </li>
367
368 <li>
369 Hardware patents threaten free printers like
370 the Lulzbot
371 </li>
372
373 <li>
374 Recently announced an increasingly
375 proprietary approach, further distancing
376 itself from the free software community
377 </li>
378 </ul>
379 </td>
380 </tr>
381 </tbody>
382 </table>
383
384 <h3>
385 Gift Cards: Giving a gift card this season? Give one
386 that has benefits the recipient can keep.
387 </h3>
388
389 <table class="giving-guide">
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400 src="images/gt.png">
401 </td>
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403 <td align="center">
404 <img alt="iTunes gift card" class="imgright"
405 src="images/iTunesCardPrepped.png"
406 width="250">
407 </td>
408 </tr>
409
410 <tr>
411 <td>
412 <strong>FSF Membership Card</strong>
413
414 <ul>
415 <li>
416 Join with over 3,000 active members and
417 become part of a community working to make a
418 better world built on free software
419 </li>
420
421 <li>
422 Enjoy a host of
423 <a href="https://www.fsf.org/associate/benefits">
424 member benefits
425 </a>
426 including free admission to the
427 <a href="https://www.libreplanet.org/2014/">
428 LibrePlanet conference
429 </a>
430 </li>
431
432 <li>
433 Membership donations are tax-deductible in
434 the US
435 </li>
436
437 <li>
438 Get your gift membership today at
439 <a href="https://www.fsf.org/associate">
440 www.fsf.org/associate
441 </a>
442 </li>
443
444 <li>
445 For a smaller gift, donate in a friend's name at
446 <a href="http://www.fsf.org/donate">
447 fsf.org/donate
448 </a>.
449 </li>
450 </ul>
451 </td>
452
453 <td></td>
454
455 <td>
456 <strong>iTunes Card</strong>
457
458 <ul>
459 <li>
460 The iTunes store uses DRM (Digital
461 Restrictions Management) on everything it
462 sells except music to control what you can
463 do with your purchases
464 </li>
465
466 <li>
467 Apple claims (wrongly) that you don't
468 actually own anything you buy from the
469 iTunes store
470 </li>
471
472 <li>
473 Requires proprietary software to use,
474 including to download DRM-free music
475 </li>
476 </ul>
477 </td>
478 </tr>
479 </tbody>
480 </table>
481
482 <h3>
483 Laptops: Give a top-of-the-line laptop that comes with
484 fewer strings attached
485 </h3>
486
487 <table class="giving-guide">
488 <tbody>
489 <tr>
490 <td align="center">
491 <img alt="ThinkPenguin GNU/Linux Notebook"
492 src="images/givingguidethinkpenguin.png"
493 width="250">
494 </td>
495
496 <td align="center">
497 <img alt="greater than"
498 src="images/gt.png">
499 </td>
500
501 <td align="center">
502 <img alt="Macbook Pro" class="imgright"
503 src="images/Macbook_Pro_PSD.png"
504 width="250">
505 </td>
506 </tr>
507
508 <tr>
509 <td>
510 <strong>ThinkPenguin GNU/Linux Notebook</strong>
511
512 <ul>
513 <li>
514 Free software compatible wifi and
515 3D-accelerated graphics chipsets--run any
516 <a href="http://www.gnu.org/distros/">
517 fully free GNU/Linux distribution
518 </a>
519 you choose. While not fully free (using
520 <a href="https://www.fsf.org/campaigns/free-bios.html">
521 proprietary boot firmware
522 </a>
523 ) this laptop is one of the most freedom
524 supporting models currently available.
525 </li>
526
527 <li>
528 Comes preinstalled with free software for a
529 no-hassle experience. Visit
530 <a href="http://libre.thinkpenguin.com/">
531 libre.thinkpenguin.com
532 </a>
533 and
534 <a href="http://www.gnu.org/links/companies">
535 www.gnu.org/links/companies
536 </a>
537 to shop for fully free GNU/Linux
538 compatible laptops
539 </li>
540 </ul>
541 </td>
542
543 <td></td>
544
545 <td>
546 <strong>Macbook Pro</strong>
547
548 <ul>
549 <li>
550 Runs on proprietary software that restricts
551 the user's freedoms
552 </li>
553
554 <li>
555 Apple's App Store uses DRM (Digital
556 Restrictions Management) to restrict what
557 you can do with your purchases
558 </li>
559
560 <li>
561 Planned obsolescence: business model forces
562 you to buy new devices frequently
563 </li>
564 </ul>
565 </td>
566 </tr>
567 </tbody>
568 </table>
569
570 <h3>
571 Ebooks: The readers in your life deserve digital
572 libraries that won't disappear on them
573 </h3>
574
575 <table class="giving-guide">
576 <tbody>
577 <tr>
578 <td align="center">
579 <img alt="Project Gutenberg"
580 src="images/ProjectGutenbergPrepped.png"
581 width="250">
582 </td>
583
584 <td align="center">
585 <img alt="greater than"
586 src="images/gt_002.png">
587 </td>
588
589 <td align="center">
590 <img alt="Amazon Kindle" class="imgright"
591 src="images/amazon.jpg" width="250">
592 </td>
593 </tr>
594
595 <tr>
596 <td>
597 <strong>Project Gutenberg</strong>
598
599 <ul>
600 <li>
601 The original purveyor of DRM-free eBooks
602 </li>
603
604 <li>
605 Enjoy the freedom to read your ebooks on any
606 device
607 </li>
608
609 <li>
610 All of the ebooks on Project Gutenberg,
611 including classics like Peter Pan and Huck
612 Finn, are gratis
613 </li>
614
615 <li>
616 Pick out the perfect books for the whole
617 family at
618 <a href="http://www.gutenberg.org/">
619 www.gutenberg.org
620 </a>
621 or from other
622 <a href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org/guide/ebooks">
623 DRM-free ebooks sites
624 </a>
625 </li>
626 </ul>
627 </td>
628
629 <td></td>
630
631 <td>
632 <strong>Amazon</strong>
633
634 <ul>
635 <li>
636 Amazon can remotely block or delete
637 individual ebooks or your entire library
638 with no warning or explanation (they've done
639 it before--read about it
640 <a href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org/node/2250">
641 here
642 </a>).
643 </li>
644
645 <li>
646 DRM prevents you from sharing your favorite
647 books with friends, and Amazon uses DRM to
648 <a href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org/faq#harm">
649 maintain their monopoly
650 </a>
651 </li>
652
653 <li>
654 Amazon claims
655 <a href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org/amazon-kindle-swindle">
656 you don't actually own or control your
657 ebooks
658 </a>
659 </li>
660
661 <li>
662 Thanks to DRM, you won't be able to transfer
663 your books to any other reader
664 </li>
665 </ul>
666 </td>
667 </tr>
668 </tbody>
669 </table>
670
671 <h3>
672 Mobile OS: You should have control over the computer
673 in your pocket
674 </h3>
675
676 <table class="giving-guide">
677 <tbody>
678 <tr>
679 <td align="center">
680 <img alt="Replicant"
681 src="images/Replicant_logo.png"
682 height="250">
683 </td>
684
685 <td align="center">
686 <img alt="greater than"
687 src="images/gt.png">
688 </td>
689
690 <td align="center">
691 <img alt="iOS" class="imgright"
692 src="images/iOS.png"
693 width="200">
694 </td>
695 </tr>
696
697 <tr>
698 <td>
699 <strong>Replicant</strong>
700
701 <ul>
702 <li>
703 Fully free software mobile OS based on
704 Android
705 </li>
706
707 <li>
708 <a href="http://redmine.replicant.us/projects/replicant/wiki/ReplicantImages">
709 Supported devices
710 </a>
711 include both phones and tablets
712 </li>
713
714 <li>
715 Used devices can be purchased, so your
716 dollars won't go to proprietary OS
717 companies.
718 </li>
719
720 <li>
721 <li>
722 iOS is a fully proprietary operating system,
723 giving Apple ultimate control over devices
724 running it
725 </li>
726
727 <li>
728 Apple uses DRM to block competing software.
729 </li>
730
731 <li>
732 The company claims to take away your freedom
733 <a href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org/blog/1256">
734 for your own good
735 </a>.
736 </li>
737 </ul>
738 </td>
739 </tr>
740 </tbody>
741 </table>
742
743 <h3>Online storage: Who owns your personal files?</h3>
744
745 <table class="giving-guide">
746 <tbody>
747 <tr>
748 <td align="center">
749 <img alt="LeastAuthority"
750 src="images/leastauthority.png"
751 width="250">
752 </td>
753
754 <td align="center">
755 <img alt="greater than"
756 src="images/gt.png">
757 </td>
758
759 <td align="center">
760 <img alt="Google Drive" class="imgright"
761 src="images/googledrive.png"
762 height="225">
763 </td>
764 </tr>
765
766 <tr>
767 <td>
768 <strong>Least Authority</strong>
769
770 <ul>
771 <li>
772 Based on Tahoe-LAFS, a free software,
773 verifiably secure, decentralized,
774 fault-tolerant, peer-to-peer distributed
775 data store &amp; file system
776 </li>
777
778 <li>
779 Guarantees that only those you grant access
780 to may view your data
781 </li>
782
783 <li>
784 Client side encryption to prevent snooping
785 unlike Google Drive, Dropbox, Apple iCloud,
786 Microsoft SkyDrive, and Ubuntu One.
787 </li>
788
789 <li>
790 Go to
791 <a href="https://leastauthority.com/">
792 https://leastauthority.com/
793 </a>
794 to learn more
795 </li>
796 </ul>
797 </td>
798
799 <td></td>
800
801 <td>
802 <strong>Google Drive</strong>
803
804 <ul>
805 <li>
806 Requires granting Google a virtually
807 unlimited license to any public data, and
808 also having your public and personal data
809 mined for ads
810 </li>
811
812 <li>
813 Data may be accessed by Google and
814 <a href="http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2013/10/how-the-nsas-muscular-tapped-googles-and-yahoos-private-networks/">
815 intelligence agencies
816 </a>
817 </li>
818
819 <li>
820 Puts a 3rd party company in charge of your
821 data
822 </li>
823 </ul>
824 </td>
825 </tr>
826 </tbody>
827 </table>
828
829 <h3>Media hosting: Who owns your personal files?</h3>
830
831 <table class="giving-guide">
832 <tbody>
833 <tr>
834 <td align="center">
835 <img title="GNU MediaGoblin offers what you've been missing in an Internet media-sharing system"
836 alt="Media Goblin"
837 src="images/image.png"
838 width="250">
839 </td>
840
841 <td align="center">
842 <img alt="greater than"
843 src="images/gt.png">
844 </td>
845
846 <td align="center">
847 <img alt="YouTube"
848 class="imgright otawffmnpezzquggjjee"
849 src="images/YouTube.png"
850 height="250" />
851 </td>
852 </tr>
853
854 <tr>
855 <td>
856 <strong>MediaGoblin</strong>
857
858 <ul>
859 <li>
860 Soon-to-be federated to allow decentralized
861 sharing
862 </li>
863
864 <li>Supports free video formats</li>
865
866 <li>Ability to choose a copyleft license</li>
867
868 <li>Source files can be attached to an upload</li>
869
870 <li>
871 Go to
872 <a href="http://mediagoblin.org/">
873 http://mediagoblin.org/
874 </a>
875 to learn how to use it and see a list of
876 public instances.
877 </li>
878 </ul>
879 </td>
880
881 <td></td>
882
883 <td>
884 <strong>YouTube</strong>
885
886 <ul>
887 <li>
888 Uses proprietary Adobe Flash player and
889 patent-encumbered H.264
890 </li>
891
892 <li>
893 Implements DRM to control access to videos
894 by device and region
895 </li>
896
897 <li>
898 Imposes advertising on your uploads and
899 polices copyright harshly
900 </li>
901 </ul>
902 </td>
903 </tr>
904 </tbody>
905 </table>
906
907 <p>
908 <strong>
909 If you have ideas for more gifts that can be given
910 freely, submit your recommendations to our growing
911 page at
912 <a href="http://libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:Giving_Guide_Suggestions">
913 libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:Giving_Guide_Suggestions
914 </a>.
915 </strong>
916 </p>
917 <br />
918
919
920 <h2>Licenses</h2>
921
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925 rel="license">
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