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Links to the Full Text of the TPP as Released by New Zealand

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This is straight from the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The full text of the Trans Pacific Partnership “trade” deal.

After the break, all the links from the New Zealand website have been copied and posted. They are links to PDFs. The last link is a zip file of the entire document.

As a Redditor points out, this could be disastrous for the internet:

https://willyloman.w...by-new-zealand/

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2 minutes ago, Talon said:

This is straight from the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The full text of the Trans Pacific Partnership “trade” deal.

After the break, all the links from the New Zealand website have been copied and posted. They are links to PDFs. The last link is a zip file of the entire document.

As a Redditor points out, this could be disastrous for the internet:

https://willyloman.w...by-new-zealand/

Thanks. I was just about to post this before you did :D im going to go through this now.

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THINGS OF NOTE FROM THE TPP RELEASE!

Internet service providers must give your name if requested by copyright holders:

Each Party shall provide procedures... that enable a copyright owner that has made a legally sufficient claim of copyright infringement to obtain expeditiously from an Internet Service Provider information in the provider’s possession identifying the alleged infringer, in cases in which that information is sought for the purpose of protecting or enforcing that copyright.

ISPs must move quickly to remove material with a copyright claim against it:

these conditions shall include a requirement for Internet Service Providers to expeditiously remove or disable access to material residing on their networks or systems upon obtaining actual knowledge of the copyright infringement

If your data/material/whatever is pulled down because of a bogus claim, you can't sue service providers:

An Internet Service Provider that removes or disables access to material in good faith under subparagraph (a) shall be exempt from any liability for having done so,

- [The Above is all pulled from Chapter 18, Annex 18 E/F]

Malaysia gets to keep its heavy internet blocking:

With respect to existing measures, Malaysia shall not be subject to dispute settlement under Chapter 28 (Dispute Settlement) regarding its obligations under Article 14.4 (NonDiscriminatory Treatment of Digital Products) and Article 14.11 (Cross-Border Transfer of Information by Electronic Means)

- [The Above is all pulled from Chapter 14]

Appears to refuse a state's right to require "secret backdoors" into encryption?

no Party may impose or maintain a technical regulation or conformity assessment procedure that requires a manufacturer or supplier of the product, as a condition of the manufacture, sale, distribution, import or use of the product, to: (a) transfer or provide access to a particular technology, production process, or other information (such as a private key or other secret parameter, algorithm specification or other design detail), that is proprietary to the manufacturer or supplier and relates to the cryptography in the product, to the Party or a person in the Party’s territory;

- [The Above is all pulled from Chapter 8, Annex 8-B)

 

 

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1 minute ago, Cinnamon said:

How many pages is that thing in total? 

erm...30 chapters, between 10-100 pages in each chapter.

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Great!  Not only can we not read any of it until it has already been passed, so that we can know what's in it.  We have to go to some other frickin' country to go read the stupid text of what they just passed without reading any of it. 

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Well, people the end is definitely coming if this thing passes here.  If there are any leaders in the house, stand the hell up now and lead! Other countries are already protesting their version of this, not that protesting does that much good anyway, but it can at least slow them down. Once I read this and really know what I'm talking about, I'm going to be contacting some people and see what can be done in my area. The libtards that know about this are against it, so it shouldn't go over well in California at ALL. Politics makes strange bedfellows, I forgot where I once read that, but it's TRUE! 

 

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3 minutes ago, counterintelligence said:

We have to write laws in order to become lawless?

Yes, that is exactly what they are doing! 

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Just now, Cinnamon said:

Yes, that is exactly what they are doing! 

If they aren't going to follow the laws, why do they bother writing them in the first place?  Of course, the law is there to legalize it all, or to make it seem legit.  But then if we convince people that they are following the law, they won't think that they are breaking the law.  Liberals make no sense, they will waste all of their energy making our lives miserable, fighting for a lost cause.  They are hung up thinking that if they just get this or that law passed, it'll change everything.  But the law is derived from a much bigger source, that states that the laws they want passed are already in violation of natural laws.  But since they are so lawless, they think they are subverting laws that offend them.  Strangely, they follow the laws that they know will get them by, and they sure know when you are doing something illegal that you haven't realized does infringe on them, when they are infringing on you.  Strange how all that works.  Law enforcement, seems like an oxymoron to me. 

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Just now, counterintelligence said:

If they aren't going to follow the laws, why do they bother writing them in the first place?  Of course, the law is there to legalize it all, or to make it seem legit.  But then if we convince people that they are following the law, they won't think that they are breaking the law.  Liberals make no sense, they will waste all of their energy making our lives miserable, fighting for a lost cause.  They are hung up thinking that if they just get this or that law passed, it'll change everything.  But the law is derived from a much bigger source, that states that the laws they want passed are already in violation of natural laws.  But since they are so lawless, they think they are subverting laws that offend them.  Strangely, they follow the laws that they know will get them by, and they sure know when you are doing something illegal that you haven't realized does infringe on them, when they are infringing on you.  Strange how all that works.  Law enforcement, seems like an oxymoron to me. 

The Republicans control both the House of Representative and the Senate. Nothing gets passed without them voting for it. If it goes through, it will be proof positive that they are all in it together and there is no difference between the parties. The liberals can easily pretend to be against this because they are the minority anyway, they can whine and moan to their constituents and still get what they covertly desire.

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34 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

The Republicans control both the House of Representative and the Senate. Nothing gets passed without them voting for it. If it goes through, it will be proof positive that they are all in it together and there is no difference between the parties. The liberals can easily pretend to be against this because they are the minority anyway, they can whine and moan to their constituents and still get what they covertly desire.

Yep, the Dialectic, and exactly what CFR historian Carroll Quigley described in his book, Tragedy and Hope.

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