Wired magazine reports that college students are forming Free Culture groups to enlighten others on campus about the limitations of copyright law. The students are concerned that strict laws are stifling creativity in young people. “If the technology is not locked down and the (copyright) laws don’t stop us, we can build a democratic, free culture in which everyone can participate, in which you don’t have to have the major backing of a studio to make a movie,” said Nelson Pavlosky, co-founder of the Free Culture group at Swarthmore College.