New leaked drafts of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) reveal that negotiators are pushing full steam ahead with their Internet censorship plan. The leaks confirm our worst fears about the TPP: it will make the Internet more censored, expensive, and policed.1, 2
Our task is clear: we must show them how unpopular Internet censorship really is.
OpenMedia has led the fight to stop the TPP’s extreme censorship -- we engaged over 300,000 people in 155 countries around the world as part of creating a positive alternative to the TPP, the Our Digital Future report.3
Our video promotes our positive plan to enable everyone to share and collaborate freely online--the more people who watch and share it, the more difficult it will be for decision-makers to ignore the sensible alternative to the TPP’s illegitimate censorship.
 'Latest TPP Leak Shows US Still Pushing Terrible DRM and Copyright Term Proposals—and New Threats Arise.' Source: EFF.
 'Joint Statement of the Ministers and Heads of Delegation for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Countries.' Source: Office of the United States Trade Representative.
 'Our Digital Future: A crowdsourced agenda for free expression.' Source.