Moglen

Moglen

Eben Moglen is a professor of law and legal history at Columbia University, and is the founder, Director-Counsel and Chairman of Software Freedom Law Center, whose client list includes numerous pro bono clients, such as the Free Software Foundation.

Read more about Moglen:  Professional Biography, Freedom Box Foundation, Stances On Free Software, Statements and Perspectives

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Eben Moglen - Stances On Free Software
... Moglen says that free software is a fundamental requirement for a democratic and free society in which we are surrounded by and dependent upon technical devices ... Moglen's Metaphorical Corollary to Faraday's Law is the idea that the information appearance and flow between the human minds connected via the Internet works like induction ... Hence Moglen's phrase "Resist the resistance!" (i.e ...
Software Freedom Law Center
... It was launched in February 2005 with Eben Moglen as Chairman ... Moglen expects – in fact, plans for – a large turnover in the staff ... By the time these alumni move on, Moglen hopes that its members will have the expertise to advise both communities and corporations alike ...
Megleno-Romanians - Origins
... The Moglen region (Turkish Karacaova) is located in the north of Greece at the border with Macedonia ... mixture of Romanians with Pecenegs, settled in Moglen by the Byzantine Emperor Alexios I Komnenos in 1091 ... Empire who retreated to Moglen ...
Eben Moglen - Professional Biography
... Moglen started out as a computer programming language designer and then received his bachelor's degree from Swarthmore College in 1980, where he won the Hicks Prize ... Moglen serves as a director of the Public Patent Foundation ... Moglen was part of Philip Zimmermann's defense team, when Zimmermann was being investigated over the export of Pretty Good Privacy, a public key encryption system ...
Moglen - Statements and Perspectives
... Moglen believes the idea of proprietary software is as ludicrous as having "proprietary mathematics" or "proprietary geometry" ... Moglen has criticized what he calls the "reification of selfishness" ... by inaccessible proprietary software) is a world controlled by machines." Moglen has criticized trends which result in "excluding people from knowledge" ...