Students are far more likely to be on the cutting edge: Using social networks, peer-to-peer sharing, ebooks and more. The first generation able to start their academic and working lives in a completely digital world. And so digital rights are more important and relevant than ever.
Attempts to use the move online to restrict copyright, infringe privacy protections and undermine consumer protections affect students more than any other group of society.
The Open Rights Group are the UK's leading voice protecting digital rights. Join us today for only £5/year to be part of our growing movement.
Members gain access to events, discounts and inclusion in all sorts of exclusives. You also get a warm fuzzy feeling from helping ORG fight for your digital rights! This special rate is open to anyone in education,
(Photo: ORG at Digital Economy Bill protest outside Parliament, March 24th 2010
By Helen Sherwood-Taylor on Flickr, some rights reserved)