On May 6th, 2015, the global anti-DRM community will hold our biggest display of unity so far - the 9th annual International Day Against DRM.
This year's International Day Against DRM featured a variety of events in Brazil, Bangladesh, Portugal, and the United States, and we're planning for 2015's Day to be even bigger.
Digital Restrictions Management gives others unethical control over the digital media that is so important to our culture. People and organizations will deliver this message in different ways on the Day, from picketing in front of stores that sell DRM-encumbered products, to sharing articles and graphics, to offering sales on DRM-free media.
Want to be part of this next year? Join the International Day Against DRM 2015 mailing list. We recommend you share your location with us (optional) to get alerts about local events.
Are you interested in running an in-person or online event on May 6th, 2015? If so, let us know in a reply and we'll share resources with you when the planning process gets underway. No commitment at all.
You can read this post online at https://defectivebydesign.org/idadrm-2015-announcement.
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