[ANSOL-geral] Fwd: supporter of the Free,Software Foundation Europe

Carlos Patrão cpatrao moredata.pt
Quarta-Feira, 21 de Janeiro de 2015 - 22:36:46 WET


Este email é genuíno ou é mais um esquema de fishing ?


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Date: 	Tue, 9 Dec 2014 22:43:48 +0100 (CET)
From: 	Fellowship of FSFE <fellowship  fsfe.org>
To: 	cpatrao  moredata.pt

Dear Carlos Patrão,

thank you very much that you signed up as a supporter of the Free
Software Foundation Europe, the pan-European charity to empower users to
control technology. To enable us to intensify our work with the European
Commission and to let more people know about Free Software, we need
another €190,000 for our work in 2015. Next year, the FSFE will push
harder than ever to weave software freedom into the fabric of our

The new European Commission is currently setting the direction of its
policy making for the coming five years. The FSFE is in frequent contact
with Commission staff who currently see open doors for Free Software in
Brussels. In 2015, we want to use this momentum to push for changes on
software procurement, standardisation, and device sovereignty, and
create real progress for Free Software and Open Standards.

At the same time, in 2015 we will reach out to more people, and go to
more places where people do not yet know about Free Software. We will
expand our network of local groups throughout Europe. Together with our
volunteers we are constantly translating our increasingly popular
promotion materials
<https://fsfe.org/contribute/spreadtheword.html#promo-material> into
many European languages. Local volunteers can spread the word about Free
Software by ordering gratis promotion packs, and distributing the
materials at libraries, cinemas, shops and in other places, greatly
extending the reach of the Free Software message.

As a supporter a good next step is to become a sustaining member, a
Fellow of the FSFE:


All Fellowship contributions directly benefit the FSFE’s work towards a
free society. Fellows receive a state-of-the-art Fellowship smartcard
<https://fsfe.org/fellowship/card.html> which, together with the free
GnuPG encryption software and a card reader, can be used to sign and
encrypt e-mails, to secure SSH keys, to securely log into a computer
from a potentially insecure machine, or to store the user’s hard disk
encryption keys.  Since the encryption key is stored on the card itself,
it is almost impossible to steal.

There is also the option to make a  one time donation to the FSFE:


To continue our work in 2015, we will need €420,000 in total. The
organisation has already secured €230,000 thanks to existing sustaining
members, regular donations, and merchandise sales. So we require another
€190,000 to underwrite our work in 2015.

Thank you for your support!
Erik Albers

PS: For more information about the FSFE's work in the last 12 months,
   read Karsten Gerloff's blog entry

If you don't want to receive mails like this one in the future, write an email
with the word "unsubscribe" in the subject to fellowship  fsfe.org

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