I'm a huge fan of Make: and love all that they do. As can be expected of any O'Reilly (Tim, not that other jackass) Enterprise, they encourage openness and sharing of knowledge, discoveries, and design.
I've known for some time the "Owner's Manifesto" which states that "If you can't open it, you don't own it". This strikes a powerful chord in me (despite having no desire to hack my iPhone...)
Today I just happened to come across "The Maker's Bill of Rights", and loved it.
Just thought I'd share...