The right to install applications outside of 'AppStores'
suggested by NewMedians2013-12-23
NewMedians: On many OSes it becomes more and more difficult to install software outside AppStore/iTunes/Play - such practises cripple software ecosphere, create even more of proprietary partitioned user-communities "walled-gardens" and completely centralize software distribution.
On GNU/Linux, however, "package repository" (which is a distribution-centric collection of software packages and like that similar to AppStore) is a historic practise dating well back into the 90ies. Though being very popular amongst Linux users, DEB, PRM, OPKG and etc distribution models never restricted users from compiling/installing side-loaded software; on the contrary users are often encouraged to create their own packages and contribute them to package repositories.