There are several local organizations that are actively fighting against draconian copyright, patent and trade secret laws to restore some balance to the system.
Students for Free Culture at Seattle University School of Law
SU Law is dedicated to social justice and the accessibility of the law to everyone in society. The local free culture chapter is working to bring a social justice and public interest perspective to intellectual property issues through education, outreach and activism.
Freedom for IP
Freedom for IP is a small volunteer-run organization that works to limit intellectual property whenever it comes into conflict with the public good or Human Rights. They advocate for taking action by freeing ones own content, using freedom of speech and fair use and sometimes even civil disobedience to change the system.
Technology and Liberty Project at ACLU of Washington
The Technology and Liberty Project aims to ensure that government and business respect civil liberties principles in decisions made about technology and privacy.
CopyNight is a monthly social gathering of people nationwide interested in restoring balance in copyright law. We meet over drinks once a month on Capitol Hill in Seattle to discuss new developments and build social ties between artists, engineers, filmmakers, academics, lawyers, and many others.
If you want to be involved in the copyfight to please join the above organizations and start standing up for the rights of everyone against monopolistic interests that are abusing the rule of law, slowing innovation and quashing criticism.
2L Seattle University Law
Founder Freedom for IP