Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Sign the petition to oppose the TPP

From Open Media:

Right now, Congress is moving forward on legislation that would allow the government to Fast Track the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and it’s extreme Internet censorship plan without any scrutiny of what’s in the agreement.
Why? Because if Americans knew that the TPP would make their Internet more expensive, censored, and policed, they’d hate it.
This is why we need to take a stand for full transparency. Tell President Obama: Make the full text of the secretive TPP public today.
From day one, the TPP negotiations have been shrouded in secrecy. The public has been kept in the dark about its contents. And what little we know comes from leaked texts.1
And here’s what those leaked documents told us: the TPP has the power to make our Internet access more expensive, to implement rules that would censor links and websites, to stifle the public domain and threaten online freedoms across the board.2


Sign the petition to oppose TPP

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