Remember, Remember, the 5th of November with iFixit

November 5, 2013 - 12:00pm to November 8, 2013 - 11:59pm

Support our right to repair!

This 5th of November, iFixit is teaming up with the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) to empower technology users (AKA everyone) to reclaim tech freedom. Now through Friday, 11/8, purchase iFixit's EFF Activist Bundle and $10 of your purchase will go directly to EFF! The bundle includes the top-selling, 70-piece Pro Tech Toolkit and a batch of EFF stickers to trick out your hardware.

What are we reclaiming? Common sense and fair use. iFixit is fighting for your right to repair your stuff. And EFF is fighting to protect your right to use that stuff without the NSA—or anyone else—peeking over your shoulder.

“EFF’s mission is to protect your digital freedom, including your right to repair and tinker. But the freedom to tinker doesn't mean much if you can't exercise it, and that's where iFixit comes in. iFixit knows that if you can't fix it, you don't own it. We are proud to work together as guardians of fair use and common sense.” -- Corynne McSherry, IP Director, EFF

So, this 5th of November, pause V for Vendetta and put down those fireworks--there’s work to be done.

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