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Federico Heinz at Wikimania 2009
Federico Heinz at Wikimania 2009

Federico Heinz is an Argentinian programmer and Free Software advocate living in London. He is a co-founder and former president of Fundación Vía Libre, a non-profit organization that promotes the free flow of knowledge as a motor for social progress, and the use and development of Free Software. He has helped legislators such an Argentina's Ing. Dragan, Dr. Conde, and Peru's Dr. Villanueva draft and defend legislation demanding the use of Free Software in all areas of public administration.

He works at Google in their UK office.[1]

He speaks fluent Spanish, English, and German.