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People around the world want an Internet that is open, affordable, and surveillance-free.

We oppose governmental control of the Internet through Internet surveillance schemes, and Internet censorship, or price-gouging by big telecom conglomerates. In recent years, the threats to our digital rights have multiplied and we'll need a broad-based, engaged, and well-equipped community to safeguard the possibilities of the Internet.

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Footnotes:

[1] See: Is the UN the next big threat to Internet freedom?

[2] Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) in an international intellectual property enforcement treaty, primarily lobbied for by big industry in Europe and the U.S. According to the EFF, ACTA raises "significant potential concerns for consumers’ privacy and civil liberties for innovation and the free flow of information on the Internet legitimate commerce and for developing countries’ ability to choose policy options that best suit their domestic priorities and level of economic development."

[3] The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) is a multi-nation trade agreement that will rewrite the global rules on intellectual property enforcement, and as such could limit the future of the open Internet. Currently U.S. negotiators are pushing to include copyright measures that are far more restrictive than currently required by international treaties (including ACTA). For more, check out the EFF’s backgrounder here.