I have been a software freedom advocate for some time now, and have worked on such issues as freedom for interactive websites and freedom in the social networking space. The work is not yet done in these areas, though great progress has been made. I, however, plan to shift my focus in 2015 down a few layers to the devices we use themselves. I have already been supporting amazing devices that greatly (if not completely) respect users’ freedom, such as:
Novena, a motherboard, battery control board, and laptop for hardware research, prototyping, and creation
Gluglug Laptops, refurbished laptops that respect your freedom in every aspect of the software
USB Armory, a freedom-respecting USB-powered computer for security applications
ZaReason Computers — most of their devices respect user freedom in all instruction executing on the CPU
And there are other devices which might be of interest as well, including the GCW Zero, a handheld gaming console, and FSF endorsed devices.