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FSFLA frees Brazilian tax software

Monday, May 14th, 2007

Finally a more extensive article on what FSFLA has done about the tax stuff in Brazil. 

"The FSFLA, the Latin American branch of the Free Software Foundation, is claiming a last-minute victory in Brazil in its struggle to remove the requirement to use non-free software for filing taxes online. Having reversed-engineered a free command-line program for filing taxes, the FSFLA is jubilantly announcing that it has "freed the lion" — "lion" being a colloquial term in Brazil for taxes."