sveinungkv writes: The Free Software Foundation have announced criteria for the hardware endorsement program "Respects Your Freedom". From the announcement: "The desire to own a computer or device and have full control over it, to know that you are not being spied on or tracked, to run any software you wish without asking permission, and to share with friends without worrying about Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) these are the desires of millions of people who care about the future of technology and our society. (...) With our endorsement mark and the strong criteria that back it, we plan to bridge that gap and demonstrate to manufacturers that they stand to gain plenty by making hardware that respects people's freedom instead of curtailing it." While it currently contains somerequirements that many may find broader than what they personally need the remaining criteria would make the FSF endorsement a useful tool when looking for devices that give the owner control over the device they have bought and payed for. The criteria are still open for feed back Link to Original Source
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