The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is taking its anti-Microsoft campaign
The campaign, called Windows 7 Sins, argues proprietary software,
particularly Microsoft’s, erodes internet users’ freedom.
The organisation said today it would issue press releases about the Windows 7
Sins campaign in eight languages, with several more on the way.
"By translating Windows 7 Sins into as many languages as possible, we are
making this an international campaign for computer user freedom," said FSF
campaign manager Matt Lee.