Liberate from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
liberate someone or something from someone or something
to free someone or something from someone or something; to set someone or something free from the control of someone or something. The police hoped to liberate the child from his kidnappers. We liberated the town from the enemy. I liberated the cat from the trap.
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Dawes was with Liberate from
1996-2001, serving as Vice President for the Americas and Vice President for Business Development, and participating in the creation of Liberate's business relationships with leading cable and telecommunications firms.
Lockwood comes to Liberate from
InterTrust Technologies Corporation (ITRU), where he served as CEO and president.