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+               <title> 2014 Holiday Giving Guide | Free Software Foundation | Working together for free software</title>
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+            <h1>2014 Holiday Giving Guide</h1>
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+              <h2> Are you giving your loved ones holiday gifts they can use freely, or gifts which put someone else </h2>
+
+              <p>
+                Electronics are popular gifts for the holidays, but
+                people often overlook the restrictions that
+                manufacturers slip under the wrapping paper. Companies
+                like Microsoft and Apple can and will use Digital
+                Restrictions Management (DRM) to
+                prevent your loved ones from sharing apps on the
+                laptop you got them or remixing the songs on their
+                expensive new iPad. If the recipient of your gift
+                is as unlucky as one woman last year,
+
+                <a href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org/node/2250">
+                  Amazon might even block all the books on their
+                  Kindle and refuse to explain why
+                </a>.
+
+                Companies want us to accept this kind of intrusive
+                control, but when you think about, it's unethical
+                (and annoying!).
+              </p>
+
+              <h2>Give freely</h2>
+
+              <p>
+                The good news is, for every device that uses DRM or
+                has a remote "kill switch" like the Kindle, ethical
+                companies have made a better one that doesn't, one
+                that your loved ones will be free to enjoy however
+                they wish. Here's a list of these smarter gifts,
+                compared with their more well-known, but more
+                restrictive alternatives. While you're reading, please
+                remember that donating to a charity in your friend or
+                family member's name is at least as meaningful as
+                buying them an electronic device. Some of our favorite
+                charities are the
+
+                <a href="http://www.eff.org/">
+                  Electronic Frontier Foundation
+                </a>,
+                <a href="http://www.creativecommons.org/">
+                  Creative Commons
+                </a>,
+                <a href="http://wikimedia.org/">
+                  Wikimedia Foundation
+                </a>,
+                <a href="http://www.sfconservancy.org/">
+                  Software Freedom Conservancy
+                </a>,
+                <a href="http://www.softwarefreedom.org/">
+                  Software Freedom Law Center</a>,
+                <a href="http://www.gnome.org/">GNOME Foundation</a>
+                and
+                <a href="http://www.fsf.org/">Free Software Foundation</a>.
+              </p>
+
+              <h2>The Free Software Foundation's Holiday Giving Guide</h2>
+
+              <p>
+                The gifts in the left column respect your freedom much
+                more than those in the right column.
+              </p>
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+                <i>
+                  Please
+                  <a href="http://www.fsf.org/share?u=http://www.fsf.org/givingguide&amp;t=Give%20tech%20gifts%20that%20support%20user%20freedom%20">
+                    share the Giving Guide
+                  </a>
+
+                  with your friends and family members, especially
+                  those that might give you presents! (We're using the hashtag
+                  #givefreely.)
+                </i>
+              </p>
+
+              <p>
+                To make a really big splash, get some friends
+                together, print the
+                <a href="https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/misc/GivingGuide2013.pdf">
+                  PDF version of the Giving Guide
+                </a>
+                and hand it out near a local store that sells
+                DRM-encumbered products. Be sure to take photos!
+
+                Send us photos and any questions at
+                <a href="mailto:campaigns@fsf.org">
+                  campaigns@fsf.org
+                </a>.
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