Electric Forest and Bassnectar spearhead ‘Think For Yourself’ internet freedom campaign
As the latest installment of Electric Forest‘s Plug In Program, the festival has unveiled its “Think For Yourself” campaign, which strives to shed light on internet freedom and privacy. Created in partnership with Bassnectar and non-profit organizations The Urgency Network and Fight For the Future, Think For Yourself will encourage fans to educate themselves on their internet privacy/sharing rights through articles, videos and online conversations with others. Lorin Ashton values his rights as an internet user who speaks to the larger issue of being able to share his opinions openly and freely. And he wants you to know your rights, too.
“Privacy. This word has become loaded, and often implies you have something to hide. But don’t believe the hype. Every human deserves private space and sanctuary to share the thoughts and information they want, and to keep other thoughts and information to themselves… Engage with an open mind, and to draw your own conclusions on what you think the internet should become.”
Participants will automatically be entered to win Electric Forest travel and VIP tickets, Tentsile tree tents, a golf cart ride with Bassnectar and a personal invite to stand on stage for his “Family Photo” toward the end of his set. The more actions you complete throughout the duration of the campaign, the more entries you earn.
Electric Forest 2015 is officially sold out, but now is your chance to win tickets to the fest. Click here to learn more about the Think For Yourself campaign.
Via: Grateful Web