The computer world is divided in two confronting camps with totally different philosophies. On the one side are companies that distribute programs under restrictive conditions. On the other are people who believe software must respect users' freedom.
So what's the balance between the two? Do computer owners really care about their freedom, or are they happy under the watchful eye of Big Brother? That's what we're asking one of the leaders of the free software movement, programmer-turned-philosopher, Richard Stallman.