@clayton Don't tease me! I thought the SCLF was a real thing for a second there, and now I'm sad 😢
But yeah, I'd imagine it wouldn't be hard to take the ideals of the Free Software movement to the logical conclusion that if non-free software serves to oppress the people then people with access to that software's source have a moral obligation to set it free...
I can dream, at least.
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