I just sent this to a freeculture.org mailing list -- thought I'd spread the
idea here too (not having time at the moment to implement it):
A good protest method, if anyone has time & a means to contact some
Students there start deliberately using the software to share completely
legal things (e.g., freely licensed and public domain music and books),
and then when the police come knocking, explain to the police that
sharing culture and information is not inherently illegal. Force the
administration and the police to start making distinctions, instead of
always assuming that something is prohibited until proven permitted.
QuestionCopyright.org might try to organize something like that, if we
can find some spare cycles, but... it would be a *perfect* kind of
action for Free Culture / SFC! Please, please beat us to it!