This is your last chance to buy tickets for the first-ever ORGCon in London tomorrow: it's a day-long meeting on the digital rights situation in the UK and what we can all do to improve it. As Britain moves to censor more of the net than ever, to disconnect families on the self-regulated say-so of the entertainment industry, and to spy on more and more of our net-traffic, there has never been a more important time to get involved with digital rights in the UK. I'll be speaking there, as will James Boyle, author of The Public Domain, rogue Labour MP Tom Watson, and many other worthies, luminaries, muckrackers, and good sorts.
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