Your OpenMedia team is now on Tumblr!

Our Stop the Secrecy campaign launched Tuesday - and already we’re having a major impact, with over 2.8 million people calling for an end to the secrecy surrounding the Trans-Pacific Partnership. We’ve just launched our hard-hitting “bat signal” in Washington D.C., and we thought what better way to share these images than by launching them on a new OpenMedia Tumblr.

We’re big fans of Tumblr here at OpenMedia and we know it will be a great way for our community to keep up with this and other OpenMedia campaigns, and to share the latest developments and photos with your friends. Check out our brand new page at Read more »

Check it out: our first Stop The Secrecy projection in Washington, DC

Here’s what those in our Washington D.C. embassy should be saying about the secretive TPP talks if the government was really representing the views of Canadians.

This is just the start of the Stop The Secrecy campaign’s projections in Washington D.C. They will get bigger and brighter as more people speak out at

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

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 Read more »

As Obama tries to lock down Trans-Pacific Partnership, Canadian Internet freedom group takes message directly to U.S. Capitol

Canada’s OpenMedia leads huge international campaign shining “Stop the Secrecy” spotlight on prominent buildings in Washington D.C. to protest TPP’s secretive Internet Censorship plan

April 22, 2014 – As U.S. President Obama prepares for a week of crucial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks, a large, broad-based international campaign is taking its message to the heart of the American Capitol.

Starting tonight, a ‘Stop the Secrecy’ projection will be beamed on to prominent buildings in Washington, D.C. urging an end to the excessive secrecy around the TPP agreement. The projection will get bigger and more powerful as more people sign on to the campaign at

The initiative is led by OpenMedia, a Vancouver-based group that safeguards the open Internet. For the first time, the campaign brings together the world’s largest online campaigning organization (Avaaz), with one of the world’s most popular social networking websites (reddit), groups that led the Internet blackout in 2012 (Fight for the Future), and a range of other groups from several countries. Read more »

Please Share: Our image about what the copyright implications of TPP negotiations could cost you

Ever burned a DVD to your computer? Got a spare $10,000 kicking around? No? Then you'd better pay attention to the upcoming TPP negotiations. LIKE and SHARE to keep that cool 10 grand in your pocket.

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