July 18, 2006 | Glyn Wintle

Danny O'Brien at the Drunken Brunch

Last Sunday saw the latest edition of the London Copyfighter's Drunken Brunch & Talking Shop. Led by our founding pledger, the EFF's Danny O' Brien, we had a great turnout, including many new faces tempted by the irresistible combination of sunshine, mixed drinks and heated IPR debate.

Danny O'Brien opens proceedings (photo by Yoz) Danny O'Brien opens proceedings (photo by Yoz)

For readers not yet acquainted with Copyfighters, the big idea is to sink a few swift halves before heading to Speaker's Corner for a good old-fashioned bellow on any topic relating to digital rights. It's a chance to hone your public-speaking skills as well as chat with other activists, and also see some of speakers corners more interesting characters. Our rants this time around ranged from the music industry's proposal for a new tax on ISPs, to ID cards, to useless MP3 players.

Photos of the glorious day are up on Flickr, from Yoz and Dave, plus there's a new London Copyfighters Flickr group you can join and add your pics to.

Details of next month's Copyfighters will be announced soon.