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Is WikiLeaks turning the tide against the TPP?

The controversial trade agreement has gone from inevitable to uncertain.

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What does the Trans-Pacific Partnership leak mean for the Internet?

An interview with Maira Sutton of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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What is TPP? Biggest global threat to the Internet since ACTA

Here’s what you need to know about the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, which is currently being negotiated in Lima, Peru.

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Activists hit the streets of Lima to save the Internet from the TPP

The Trans-Pacific Partnership, being negotiated in Peru this week, could mean a censored Internet for 12 countries.

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Former RIAA vice president promoted to key government copyright job

The U.S. Copyright Office ties to Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) just got a lot stronger.

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3 threats to Internet rights in 2013

The battle over Internet rights has only just begun. Here’s what to look for this year. 

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Looking back on the legacy of SOPA

Kevin Collier reflects on how the Stop Online Piracy Act ushered in a new era of digital advocacy online and around the world. 

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ACTA defeated by EU

The treaty would have created invasive powers to police file sharing online.

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European Parliament begins final vote on ACTA

Both sides attempt some last-minute political maneuvering as the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement comes up for a final vote in Europe.

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Critics say the Trans-Pacific Partnership is the next big threat to online freedom

Negotiations on the multinational trade agreement, which could usher in a harsh new global copyright regime, are scheduled to continue next week.

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Final E.U. committee votes to kill ACTA

It’s an “epic” moment for internet rights.

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European Union prepares final vote on ACTA

Following a flurry of protest, one final European Union will weigh in on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement before it’s brought to a formal vote. 

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World prepares for largest pro-Internet protest in history

From Berlin, to Boston, to Sendai, Japan, thousands will gather to protest ACTA on June 9.

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Official opposition to ACTA is growing

Four E.U. committees have voted to reject ACTA in five days.

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White House responds to the 50,000 against ACTA: No

Signatories aren’t happy. 

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