WikiLeaks Chimes In On TPP, Internet Freedoms
Wikileaks has released a proposal chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership that would slow innovation and limit Internet freedoms if it’s adopted.By Evan Thomas | November 14, 2013
WikiLeaks has chimed in on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
On Wednesday it published a leaked proposal chapter of the TPP that shows how the wide-ranging international economic agreement — whose member countries account for 40 percent of the world's GDP — could put a damper on innovation and Internet freedoms.
"The chapter published by WikiLeaks is perhaps the most controversial chapter of the TPP due to its wide-ranging effects on medicines, publishers, internet services, civil liberties and biological patents."