Bradley M. Kuhn

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About Bradley M. Kuhn

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Bradley M. Kuhn (born 1973) is a free software activist from the United States. Kuhn is currently Executive Director of the Software Freedom Conservancy. Until 2010 he was the FLOSS Community Liaison and Technology Director of the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC). He previously served as the Executive Director of Free Software Foundation (FSF) from 2001 until March 2005. He was elected to the FSF's board of directors in March 2010. He is best known for his efforts in GPL enforcement, both at FSF and SFLC, as the creator of FSF's license list, and as original author of the Affero General Public License. He has long been a proponent for non-profit structures for FLOSS development, and leads efforts in this direction through the Software Freedom Conservancy. He is a recipient of the 2012 O'Reilly Open Source Award. Kuhn attended Loyola Blakefield, followed by Loyola College in Maryland, graduating in May 1995 with a summa cum laude Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Kuhn attended graduate school in Computer Science at the University of Cincinnati. His graduate adviser was John Franco. Kuhn received a USENIX student grant scholarship for his thesis work., which focused on

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