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Name  Felix Leitner

Felix von Leitner being interviewed while wearing a white shirt.

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Felix von Leitner (born 2 August 1973), nicknamed Fefe, is a German IT security expert living in Berlin. He is the main author of the dietlibc, a C standard library. His personal blog posts have received larger media coverage in Germany.


Felix von Leitner smiling and posing with someone and wearing a black shirt.

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Felix von Leitner talking while being interviewed inside a bathroom.

In 2006, he analysed disadvantages of the planned "Gesundheitskarte" (health card).

Felix von Leitner, otherwise known as Fefe, featured in a TV Show with a reporter wearing a black shirt.

Following a debate on the notability of his blog in the German Wikipedia, a controversial debate on notability in Wikipedia was started.

Felix von Leitner speaking in an interview and wearing a gray shirt.

He played a crucial role in distributing videos of a case of abusive policing on the 2009 Freiheit statt Angst ("Freedom instead of fear") demonstration, that in the end led to the obligation of the Berlin police to wear identification badges.

In 2011, prior to the publication of Mac OS X Lion, he accused Apple of doing too little for its security.

Felix von Leitner was a long term member of the Chaos Computer Club (CCC).


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