Early on the campaign, we began an open letter to Bono, asking him to stand with us in calling for the elimination of DRM. Seven thousand people signed that petition and wrote messages asking him to support the cause. We have been in contact with Bono and his "people" at various points in the past, and have been told that he will not respond, and that we should accept this as a rejection of our appeal.
Interestingly, Bono has been far more active elsewhere, lobbying for the campaign to extend British copyright. Send Bono a direct message that DRM is unethical, and it is time he got his head out of the sand on this issue.
- Contact Bono, via the New York Times