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October 3, 2013 – Citizens across the trans-Pacific region are speaking up in huge numbers to tell their elected leaders to say no to Internet censorship at upcoming Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations at the APEC summit in Indonesia. They’re participating in a rapidly growing online campaign organized by OpenMedia, with support from Roots Action and Fight for the Future.

September 26, 2013Led by OpenMedia International, citizens of twelve Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) nations are telling their leaders to reject extreme Internet censorship proposals when they meet in Bali, Indonesia next week.

July 24, 2013 – The Fair Deal Coalition has launched a new initiative that will give Internet users a platform to discuss what copyright should look like under the TPP. The Coalition’s ‘Your Digital Future’ tool invites stakeholders from all sectors - not just old media conglomerates - to discuss what kind of copyright law the TPP countries need in order to encourage creativity, participation, and innovation.

December 14, 2012 – A wide variety of groups including Avaaz, the International Trade Union Confederation, Access, Fight for the Future, CDT, and OpenMedia have sent the following statement to all member state delegations of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) urging them not to sign the revised ITRs treaties and to oppose expanding ITU authority to the internet.

Mobile-adaptive site launched as threats to open Internet access go global

August 23, 2012 – In response to the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) process and other threats to Internet freedom, Canadian non-profit Internet freedom organization, OpenMedia, is launching a platform to amplify the voices of the global pro-Internet community

Canadians kick off international coalition to fight new Internet restrictions proposed in TPP trade agreement

June 27, 2012 – OpenMedia.ca launched a campaign today, supported a by a group of organizations, to stand against the new Internet restrictions, including new content fines, that Internet users will be subject to through the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.

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