Auckland, New Zealand. That city may be ground zero for where the final fight against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will take place if New Zealand officials get what they want. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, all 12 countries will partake in a signing ceremony.
In a continuation of our series on addressing comments made by TPP supporters, we turn to a piece in the Globe and Mail which also tries to sell the infamous trade agreement.
Malaysia, one of the signatories of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), is expected to sign off on the deeply controversial agreement. That’s according to a report citing the countries Trade Minister.
We’ve been running a project that’s all about debunking myths perpetuated by supporters of the trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Today, we turn our attention to an article in a newspaper from the Law Times that is also running some of these myths.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership continues to spark debate in some circles even going into the new year. We’ve been researching this agreement for years now and have already begun debunking myths perpetuated by TPP supporters. Richard C. Owens has published a piece supposedly debunking “alarmism” about the IP provisions in the TPP, but the claims may […]
The United States government has a long history of not being shy about cracking down on privacy rights. Recently, it has done so again thanks to the passage of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA).
Supporters of the Trans-Pacific Partnership have, until now, used the lack of official text as a shield from criticism. Now that the text is officially released, it seems that supporters are having a particularly hard time defending the agreement. We debunk some of the claims made to support the TPP.
There’s been a development in the ongoing TPP debate. The Intellectual Property Chapter of the trade agreement has leaked. What’s significant about this leak is that it’s the final consolidated text. We offer in-depth analysis of the chapter.
There’s been a recent announcement that says the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been finalized. While the announcement may sound like an end, it actually signals the beginning of the next major battle between the people and major corporate conglomerates. We highlight one of the many battlefields: digital rights.
One of the many trade agreements being proposed is the Comprehensive Economic and Trade agreement (CETA). We decided to review sections that relate to digital rights to see what is in it.