The Open Rights Group is a grassroots technology organisation which exists to protect civil liberties wherever they are threatened by the poor implementation and regulation of digital technology. We call these rights our "digital rights".
In 2005, a community of 1,000 digital rights enthusiasts came together to create the Open Rights Group. Since then, ORG has spoken out on copyright term extension, DRM and the introduction of electronic voting in the UK. We have informed the debate on data protection, freedom of information, data retention and the surveillance state.
These are issues that affect all of us. Together, our community, which includes some of the UK's most renowned technology experts, works hard to raise awareness about them. If these are issues that you care about, become part of our community and support the Open Rights Group today.
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