Secret Plan to Advance Global Internet Censorship – ISPs to Act as “Internet Police”
APPEALS, 28 Apr 2014
Roots Action – TRANSCEND Media Service
To Be Implemented under Trans-Pacific Partnership’s Auspices
This is urgent. An Internet censorship plan is being finalized in secret meetings right now. We need all hands on deck at this crucial moment.
Here’s the situation: President Obama himself is in secretive meetings with key political figures and lobbyists in Asia to lock the Trans-Pacific Partnership’s Internet censorship plan into place.
We know from leaked documents that this secretive plan will censor your use of the Internet and strip away your rights. If finalized, this plan would force ISPs to act as “Internet Police” monitoring our Internet use, censoring content, and removing whole websites.
It will give media conglomerates centralized control over what you can watch and share online.
We urgently need your help to fight back. Add your voice right now and we’ll project a Stop the Secrecy message on key buildings in Washington D.C. to ensure Obama, the media, and everyone else knows this censorship plan must be stopped.
This is huge: covering 40% of the global economy, the TPP is being called a legal “blueprint” for the rest of the world. Once key leaders finalize TPP Internet censorship plans, those plans will be used to globalize censorship. You will be affected and this may be our only chance to stop it.
Our attention-grabbing message will shine a light on their secret plan and will make clear to Washington lobbyists that the Internet community will never accept the TPP’s secrecy or censorship. The more who speak out, the larger our projection will become, and the more people we can reach.
This is a decisive moment: we need to act right now. Join with hundreds of thousands of people all over the world to shine a light on the TPP’s job-killing Internet censorship plan.
Let’s send decision-makers and the lobbyists pulling the strings a message they can’t ignore: “Stop the secrecy now.”
Thank you for being a part of history,
After signing the petition, please forward this message to your friends.
– The RootsAction.org team
 WikiLeaks: Secret Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
 Electronic Frontier Foundation: TPP Creates Legal Incentives For ISPs To Police The Internet
 U.S. “Bullying” TPP Negotiators Amid Failure to Agree. Source: Inter Press Service News Agency.
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