Phone Campaign Against DRM


Today’s your day to hassle to RIAA!

Defective by Design is today organizing “Freedom Rings”, a worldwide campaign against restrictive copyright on music purchases.

Click here for their list of phone targets, keeping in mind that a carefully thought-out voicemail will probably have more impact than leaving the message “you suck”.

I’ll be calling Graham Henderson of the CRIA later this afternoon, from my local HMV…



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One Response to Phone Campaign Against DRM

  1. Well, I got a late start on my civic duty, but maybe it’ll work out in my favour… Just in case Mr. Henderson cleared his voicemail before taking off for the weekend I left him a present for his Monday morning return!

    Calling from my local HMV Music store, I identified myself as a prospective music consumer and asked if he could kindly call me back and tell me which CDs didn’t have rootkits on them…

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