2) Ownership of digital technologies.
Unfortunately, there is not a large body of case law surrounding who owns software that a user pays for. As it stands today, many companies hold that you are merely licensing software. The downstream effects of this are that companies try and prevent you from refilling your ink cartridges or repairing your tractor. TAG will pursue policy that empowers users to either fix their technology themselves or that freely allows them to visit third party vendors for repairs.
The best way to express your rights is to exercise them. One of TAG's goals is to host workshops that allow people to bring in their devices and either learn how to do simple repairs or have them fixed by technologically savvy peers. This could also include education on things you really shouldn't pay for.