Tell your Trade Minister: Don't Censor the Internet!

Tell your Trade Minister: Don't Censor the Internet!

against TPP secrecy

BREAKING: The TPP Text Has Been Released. Reject Internet Censorship Now.

After five years of secrecy, TPP bureaucrats finally released this extreme global agreement.1 If implemented, the TPP will censor the Web, criminalize our online activities, and cost Internet users money.

We're running out of time. Raise a loud global call NOW and demand that Trade Ministers reject the TPP's Internet censorship plan once and for all.


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The Trans Pacific Partnership – the biggest and most secretive agreement in the history of the world – has finally been released to the public.2

The binding plan will make our Internet more censored, expensive, and policed on a global scale.3

Demand TPP Ministers reject this Internet censorship plan NOW before the agreement is finally implemented.

We’ve already seen over 3.1 million people speak out 4 against TPP secrecy–now we need you to help us deliver the final blow.

Help us raise the loudest global call ever. Trade Ministers: reject Internet censorship!

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The below organizations participated in the Stop the Secrecy campaign (click here for a full list of supporting organizations):

They have endorsed the following statement: “The TPP threatens to censor your Internet, kill jobs, undermine environmental safeguards, and remove your democratic rights.”​

*Your organization can sign on here


[1], [2] Trans-Pacific Partnership text has been released. Source: CBC.

[3] Hundreds of Tech Companies to Congress: TPP and Fast Track Harms Digital Innovation and Users’ Rights. Source: EFF.

[4] Huge international campaign beams 3.1 million signature petition count on prominent buildings in Washington, D.C. Source.



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