Project info for UK Campaign for Digital Rights

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The UK Campaign for Digital Rights or CDR, for short, is dedicated to ensuring that some sane voices are heard in the debate over legislation such as the EUCD and DMCA.

It operates primarily in the UK, but has members (some active) from Europe and the USA as well.

At present, the CDR is concentrating its efforts on:

Volunteers welcome

In particular, looking for commentary on any of the issues from members of the Free Software community, but also people with time to assist in maintaining website, mailing lists, research (technical and legal) or just with good ideas about how to tackle the issues

This project has the following developers:

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