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Please Share: 2.7 Million are united to stop the secrecy around the TPP

Our message to #TPP negotiators is making huge waves in Washington. Over 2.7 million people joined our growing chorus to Stop the Secrecy around the TPP. Last night, we projected your hard-hitting message on to a prominent building in Washington, D.C. Let's keep the momentum going: LIKE, SHARE, and stay tuned for more developments









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Over 2.7 Million people now demanding leaders Stop The Secrecy before it’s too late

Wow! Over 2.7 million people have united to stop the secretive TPP. Here's our own @Josh Tabish with an update on how our campaign is going. Be sure to speak out at http://stopthesecrecy.net

Today is the big day. Together with our partners at Daily Kos, Fight for the Future, Roots Action, and Demand Progress, OpenMedia has launched Stop The Secrecy – a huge international campaign calling for an end to the excessive secrecy around the Trans-Pacific Partnership. You can see it for yourself at https://StopTheSecrecy.net Read more »


Help stop secrecy at the TPP negotiations now.

Right now, Obama is meeting with leaders in Asia to finalize the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.

We're going to get the attention of decision-makers and the media by projecting a Stop The Secrecy message on key buildings in Washington D.C. - but we need you to add your voice now.

Let's maximize our impact in these crucial early hours: Please SIGN at http://StopTheSecrecy.net and share with everyone you know.


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Please Share: Stop the secrecy at the TPP

An Internet censorship plan is being finalized in secret meetings right now. Obama himself is in secretive meetings with key political figures and lobbyists in Asia to lock the Trans-Pacific Partnership’s Internet censorship plan into place. We know we can stop this - but we need to act right now. Please LIKE and SHARE this image, and stay tuned for more developments.










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Motherboard: Bills C-13, S-4 are in like a Lion. Let's send them out like a lamb.

Remember CISPA, the U.S. bill that aimed to give the NSA carte blanche for spying on American citizens? Add a dose of steroids and you've got Canada's Bill S-4. Concerned? Let us know in the comments and help us fight back at http://OurPrivacy.ca

Article by Jason Koebler for Motherboard

Earlier this week, politicians in Canada introduced the Digital Privacy Act, a bill that looks a lot like the United States’ Cyber Information Sharing and Protection Act, which caused widespread outrage and was eventually killed in the Senate. Read more »

Topics: Online Spying

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