FOSS without Fuss

We all use PCs. With the schools going virtual, we all use our devices for multiple tasks: attending live classes, managing schoolwork, preparing for exams using online study materials etc. The more creative ones use them to produce electronic art, literature etc. Why? To express our thoughts and ideas. To portray our feelings and expressions. To ‘excersice our rights’, some might say. But to those of you who went for the last one, and those of you who didn’t as well, have you ever wondered about your software rights? Have you ever wondered, shouldn’t it be your right to distribute the software you use with everyone else as well? (I am not considering or supporting software piracy i.e. stealing, sorry.) I am talking about the right to legally share the software you use, and legally access, tweak and modify its code as well.

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