The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement continues to exist within secret closed-door negotiations – seeking to introduce invasive copyright legislation to everyday Internet use.
AT&T is about to cripple a video-calling app called FaceTime, telling iPhone users that to get it via mobile, they’ll have to pay a premium (more expensive) rate. Today, we’re collaborating with FreePress to give you a way to take a stand: Please tell the FCC to take action against AT&T's blocking.
Why does the TPP pose such a threat? Watch and share this video from Public Knowledge to help shed some light on the shady secrecy that surrounds the TPP.
Pro-Internet Australians are expressing some heavy concerns about the TPP. Writer and comedian Dan Ilic went on Ten News to talk about the dangers of this secretive international trade agreement, and how it truly is an Internet trap. Check it out and share it around to spread the word about the issue and the petition at http://StopTheTrap.net/
Thanks to support from Knowledge Ecology International (KEI) and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), I had a chance to attend the latest round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations, from December 3rd to the 12th, in Auckland, New Zealand. I agreed to attend and make a presentation to the negotiators.