International Day Against DRM (IDAD) is coming up! In just under a month, on September 18th, we'll be celebrating what the world could look like without DRM. We need your help to make sure the messages gets all the attention it needs.
We've been working hard preparing for IDAD 2018, and hope you will join us for this year's action.
How to get involved
For 12 years, we've celebrated IDAD -- making, organizing, protesting, and taking action to support the demolition of DRM -- and 2018 is no different! This year we will continue the fight against DRM and celebrate the work of activists, artists, and technologists who create DRM-free media and technology. You can read more about past IDADs online.
As an individual
IDAD 2018 is your opportunity to tell others why you resist DRM, and convince them to join you.
You can challenge yourself to a Day Without DRM.
Share with your friends, family, and followers online about the dangers of DRM, helping them to make better choices.
Want to do some shopping? Check out these DRM-free vendors.
Blog about DRM on September 18th.
Wear your favorite anti-DRM shirt and share a photo using the hashtag #IDAD.
Keep up with IDAD! All future updates will go to our DRM Elimination Crew mailing list. Sign up for the mailing list on DefectiveByDesign.org to receive important IDAD news.
If you're hosting an event in your community, and want an IDAD kit containing stickers and flyers, email us!
Are you an organization or project interested in supporting IDAD?
We've already partnered with some amazing organizations, and want you to join the coalition! Some things you can do include:
Writing blog posts and articles sharing your support the mission of IDAD;
If you're a vendor, offering a discount on DRM-free media;
Showing your support by adding your logo to our logo cloud;
Have other ideas? Share them with us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
If you're a journalist...
Want to cover IDAD before, during, or after September 18th? We'd love to hear from you!
Don't hesitate to reach out to us with questions, ideas, interest in getting involved, or if you'd like to know more. Our email is email@example.com.
Together we can build a future without DRM.