The Free Software Foundation - Latin America (FSFLA) is campaigning
 against the Brazilian government's regulations that some citizens
 must use non-free software for paying taxes. Referring to the
 software as "Softwares Impostos," a term that puns in Portuguese on
 "taxes" and "imposed," FSFLA has launched a letter-writing campaign
 against the requirement, arguing that it is both contrary to current
 social policies and a violation of the Brazilian constitution.

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Alexandre Oliva
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