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This Saturday we stand for liberation

We are horrified and saddened by the attacks on nonviolent protesters in Charlottesville. The videos of white supremacist marchers attacking protesters who engaged in nonviolent civil disobedience or beat innocent protesters are horrible and show how bankrupt their ideas are. James Alex Fields Jr.'s... Read more

Saturday, March for Accessible, Secure & Open Internet Standards

We're now in the final showdown phase of the fight to keep Digital Rights Management (DRM) out of HTML and Web standards. All approval of the DRM standard has been granted *except* the crucial final stamp from Tim Berners-Lee, the Web's inventor. He's taking forever to make the decision, because the... Read more

No to Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Programs

We signed on to this letter: Yesterday, Restore the Fourth and a coalition of civil rights organizations sent a joint letter to President Obama asking that he re-evaluate the ill-conceived and ineffective Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) program. According to the government, CVE is an interagen... Read more

Tuesday, 11:30am, International Day Against DRM, Cambridge

Tuesday, May 3rd, is International Day Against DRM (Digital Rights Management) and we want you to join us in celebrating it. We will join with other activists to educate the public in front of the offices of the World Wide Web Consortium, which is currently the battleground for a our opposition t... Read more

Tonight: Stop DRM in HTML, Cambridge

Today from 6:45pm to 7:30pm we will participate in a rally with the FSF, Defective by Design, and other anti-DRM groups to tell the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to not put DRM in future HTML standards. The anti-DRM movement has fought media and proprietary software companies who want to add Di... Read more

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Surveillance Camera Mapping Picnic, 8/26

Surveillance Camera Mapping Picnic, Saturday, 8/26

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