Submitted by New Media Rights last modified Tue, 01/22/2008 - 11:13am
- Advocacy on behalf of consumers against corporate wrongdoing.
- Increasing the amount of information available to consumers as purchasers in the marketplace.
- Ensuring a cost-effective (and sustainable) energy future.
- Protecting and expanding the public domain.
- Encouraging the development and adoption of open-source technology (ie. educational video and audio regarding the use of various open source software projects, such as Firefox, OpenOffice, Drupal, etc.)
- Educating consumers, artists, and attorneys on copyright/IP laws.
- Protecting fair use rights from corporate encroachment (scare tactics against lawful use).
- Bridging the digital divide.
- Encouraging the use of Web 2.0 communities, blogging, and podcasting by groups traditionally uninvolved.