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Hilary Clinton says she's waiting to see the final version of the TPP deal to decide what her stance is. So are we, Hillary.
She wants any deal to include job protection and increased wages, and to address currency manipulation.
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The secretive, internet censoring Trans-Pacific Partnership is what Obama envisions as his last legacy before leaving office. But, will he be able to get the votes?
The president has sought the trade promotion authority legislation, largely backed by Republicans, to help him close a 12-nation deal called the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
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This morning, we are launching Canada's Privacy Plan, a positive, pro-privacy action report packed with ideas from everyday Canadians about how to roll back Bill C-51, end mass surveillance, and restore the privacy rights of everyone who lives in Canada. Over 125,000 Canadians took part in this process. Check out Canada’s Privacy Plan right now at http://PrivacyPlan.ca.
Because Privacy matters.
These ideas will roll back Bill C-51 and restore our privacy rights. Send them to key Ottawa decision-makers today.
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Open networks, government investment, universal service funds/requirements, unlicensed spectrum, that's what people want. Ironically, Internet.org does the opposite -- it deepens reliance and control on a telecom oligopoly. Speak out at http://NoFakeInternet.org?src=twa
Advocacy groups around the globe say Internet.org violates the principles of net neutrality and exacerbates inequality.
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Snowden left his mark on data encryption systems in the U.S.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says Edward Snowden’s disclosures about the National Security Agency’s collection of bulk data “changed the landscape” with regard to encryption, making it harder for local and federal law enforcement to track potential terrorist threats. “We are concerned that with deeper and deeper...
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What does life after links look like? That’s what you’re in for if Big Media lobbyists get their way. 35 thousand people and 69 organizations from 26 countries around the world already added their voices opposing regulations that aim to censor links.
Learn more below and speak out at http://savethelink.org?src=gplusa
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The world is speaking out against Zuckeberg's fake version of the internet and withdrawing from the program. Add your voice at NoFakeInternet.org
Digital rights groups claim that Facebook's Internet.org initiative threatens freedom of expression, equality of opportunity, security, privacy and innovation
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The #TPP is secretive, extreme, and it'll break our digital future. That's why more than 250 U.S. tech companies are against it. http://ow.ly/Nd6zowhy 
Letter signed by more than 250 companies demands greater transparency and says ‘dangerously vague’ language would criminalise whistleblowers
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The TPP would criminalize your online activity, invade your privacy, and cost you money. And it may soon become a reality.
Fast-tracking the Trans-Pacific Partnership would give the other 11 signatory countries confidence, says Australia’s trade minister
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deputy Julia Reda has presented a report on the modernization of copyright law with a large number of positive dispositions, for instance the right to remix and mashup. But it was violently attacked by eurodeputies acting as guardians of the establishment of right holders. These old media lobbyists may end up putting our right to link at risk.
Check out this great resource to learn more about the reform and add your voice at
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Another great reason to rethink those late night texts. http://ow.ly/N1kGe #spying #NSA
On Wednesday, the US House of Representatives passed a bill to rein in the NSA's dragnet phone surveillance programs. But as the debate moves to the Senate, it's not clear whether we're debating a phone dragnet or an Internet one.
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U.S. Senate has done the wrong thing, but the fight is far from over and we have to keep up the pressure. Add your voice at http://www.stopthesecrecy.net?src=gplsa
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