As evidenced here and here.
Look freetards, nobody blames Stallman for his stance against DRM, user restrictions and user tracking. Though you might disagree with his preference for isolating himself from the problems instead of fighting them, as for example avoiding to watch DVDs because they have DRM, instead of making a FOSS DVD ripper, because it kinda defeats the purpose of having a computer.
Anyway, we don’t blame Stallman for those. What we blame Stallman for is his stupid “proprietary software == evil” ideology, and his “if you don’t agree with me and release your software as proprietary, you are deemed evil too” way of thinking.
Oh, and if you think that the only way to save yourself from DRM, user restrictions and tracking is by avoiding proprietary software, you 've fallen to Stallman’s trap. Stallman’s trap basically boils down to “free software can’t have DRM, user restrictions and tracking” (wrong, tivoized “free software” can have DRM, user restrictions and tracking) and “all proprietary software must have DRM, user restrictions and tracking somewhere”.
PS: And no, not all proprietary software DVD players suck DVD CCA’s cock. There are proprietary DRM-free DVD players, and here in Europe, there are even DRM-free hardware DVD players (imported from China). DRM doesn’t have to do with free or proprietary software, get over it already. DRM is something the DMCA basically mandates for US software that wants to work with the DVD-Video and Bluray-Movie formats. Even Ubuntu is forced to bundle or recommend LinDVD so that it can legally ship to the US.