Ronaldo sez, "A national Anti-DRM campaign has been launched in Brazil. The title of the campaign is: 'Technological Restrictions: You Pay for it and Get Less.' The campaign was launched in a partnership between the largest consumer group in the country (IDEC - Institute for Consumer Defense), and the A2K project, run by the Center for Technology & Society at FGV law school. The campaign explains all the losses suffered by consumers because of DRM. It also has a link for consumers to tell their stories about DRM and how they have been harassed by these technologies." Link (Thanks, Ronaldo!)
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