Over 138,000 of you worldwide have spoken out against the TPP’s global threat to Internet freedom.
That’s amazing and our voice is getting stronger – but as we gain momentum lobbyists are also ramping up the pressure for Internet censorship rules though closed-door meetings with our government representatives in Peru.
Net neutrality is gaining prominence as an election issue in Germany, with online activists and politicians calling on major provider Deutsche Telekom to reverse a proposal to eliminate its flat-rate broadband service.
New reports state that you’ve made Internet censorship a “challenging” issue for those behind the extreme Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.1 In response, lobbyists and government representatives from a dozen countries are meeting in Peru at this very moment to “accelerate” the secretive process.2
We’ve got a plan. Our supporters recently told us3 we should build our own international Internet freedom partnership of citizens, civil society groups, and innovative businesses from around the world.