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Francis Lalanne (born Francis-José Lalanne on 8 August 1958 in Anglet) is a French-Uruguayan singer, songwriter and poet. He is the brother of composer Jean-Félix Lalanne and film director René Manzor.
He opposed the HADOPI law in 2009 and has supported the French free software community saying that the purpose of art is not to make money but conscience, and it is the duty of any author to promote the free dissemination of this conscience. He wrote the book Révoltons-nous, published on August 2011 under the free art license.