May 22, 2006 | By Derek Slater

FSF Launching Anti-DRM Campaign

There is a new anti-DRM campaign being started by the Free Software Foundation, and they are organizing a launch event in Seattle for tomorrow. They are looking for supporters to join them, and ask that if you can be in the downtown Seattle area from 8:00am on Tuesday May 23, sparing an hour or so before work, that you should contact them at action@defectivebydesign.org (please include a contact phone number). Details of the launch event will be sent out before hand.


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