Posted by OpenMedia.ca on Friday, February 21, 2014 - 21:24
Thanks to you, Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations have failed to conclude as intended last year. Big Industry lobbyists seem to be losing momentum as more and more global citizens speak out against this ultra-secretive agreement that will criminalize our online activity, cost us money, and break our digital future.
But we've got to keep up the pressure, as talks are scheduled to continue this week.
We've created this handy infographic to outline just how far we've come together - and our roadmap forward for the future.
Together, we have had an impact on these secretive negotiations. Let's keep going to amplify our voices!
Please help us spread the word by sharing this infographic far and wide. And be sure to have your say in creating our positive crowd-sourced alternative to the TPP's Internet Censorship plan.
Posted by Noushin Khushrushahi on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 - 21:59
Negotiations for the ultra-secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are set to resume in Singapore this week, and TPP negotiators are setting the groundwork to push forward the agreement as we write this.
Posted by Noushin Khushrushahi on Wednesday, February 5, 2014 - 18:10
Thank you to everyone for sending in your concerns, questions, and feedback about the ultra-secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations that will break our digital future.
Our own Steve Anderson will be reporting back shortly, but until then, we thought we'd share this picture of him prepared with what you had to say at the Standing Committee on International Trade.
Posted by Steve Anderson on Thursday, January 16, 2014 - 21:26
Many are expressing outrage now that the public has become aware that Chuck Strahl is acting as a lobbyist for Enbridge, the company hoping to build a controversial oil pipeline across B.C. The problem is that Strahl is also chairman of the Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC), which is basically the only watchdog over the domestic spies at CSIS.
Posted by Noushin Khushrushahi on Wednesday, January 15, 2014 - 12:27
Our own Christopher Malmo tells you why the ultra-secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) could break our digital future - and why you shouldn't believe U.S. statements about the so-called benefits of this agreement being negotiated behind closed doors.
Article by Christopher Malmo for Vice Canada:
Back in October 2013, Wikileaks released an important draft chapter of what's likely the biggest 'trade' agreement you've barely heard of. It's called the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), and it's essentially SOPA raised from the dead and stitched to a bloated version of NAFTA. Read more »