Vice President of the Free Software Foundation Europe e.V., a European charity with the mission to empower users to control technology, Heiki has worked on many open government topics ranging from Internet voting in Estonian elections to helping public administrations eliminate advertisements for proprietary software from their public communications. His current interests also include the forced use of proprietary software in public higher education institutions and enabling legislative proposals designed to stop the public from modifying various technical devices in ways which contravene existing legislation (e.g., increasing the transmission power of radio equipment beyond the legal limits) to co-exist with the interests of Free Software.