Tag Archives: intellectual property



TPP Draws Fire From the United Nations

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has drawn fire from a lot of organizations, politicians, and individuals over the years. Now, those who are opposed to the agreement are getting help in their fight to stop the agreement from a source within the United Nations. Part of the criticism revolves around intellectual property rights.


TPP Text: Wikileaks Version Compared to Official Version

Much of what has been analyzed prior to the final release was found in the various leaked copied (many of which posted by Wikileaks. Now that the final text of the TPP has been published, we decided to compare the final leak to the final leak to the officially released text to see what, if […]




An Analysis of the TPP’s Infamous Intellectual Property Draft Chapter

When the investment chapter draft leaked, it sparked outrage amongst the people in New Zealand and pushed the New Zealand government into damage control. Now that Canada is involved in the TPP negotiations, you’d think that the Canadian media would have figured out all the ins and outs of the TPP now that such content […]