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WikiLeaks releases the secret negotiated draft text for the entire TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) Intellectual Property Rights Chapter. : worldnews A Guide to the Media Industry - Media Decoder Blog XXX | Issue 1 A friendly Friday reminder: Issue 1 is now available in the GT online store. Issue 1 features the likes of Alexis Anne Mackenzie, Christian Hansen, Evelin Kasikov, David Smith (who kindly and ever-so-wisely documents a career of typographic love affairs), David Heasty and Stefanie Weigler of Brooklyn’s studio Triboro, this magazine (whose changing name reflects the typeface in which each issue is set), and Berlin’s Buchstabenmuseum. You’ll also find a special insert featuring some amazing 60s and 70s-era Cuban book covers. NYLON MAGAZINE

Secret Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) WikiLeaks Release of Secret Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) Advanced Intellectual Property Chapter for All 12 Nations with Negotiating Positions (August 30 2013 consolidated bracketed negotiating text) Article QQ.A.1: {Definitions} For the purposes of this Chapter: Intellectual property refers to all categories of intellectual property that are the subject of Sections 1 through 7 of Part II of the TRIPS Agreement []. Article QQ.A.2: {Objectives} [NZ/CL/PE/VN/BN/MY/SG/CA/MXpropose; US/JP oppose: The objectives of this Chapter are: [Article QQ.A.2bis: {Principles} [NZ/CA/SG/CL/MY propose : 1. 2. 3. Article QQ.A.3: {General Provisions} Each Party shall give effect to the provisions of this Chapter. Article QQ.A.4: {Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health} The Parties affirm their commitment to the Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health(WT/MIN(01)/DEC/2). Article QQ.A.5: {Understandings Regarding Certain Public Health Measures} 1. [CA propose; MX/US oppose: 2. 1.

Fashion and Design - T Magazine Blog Mammoth & Co. | Limited Edition Art Prints | Original Art | Framed Art | The People Can Defeat the Trans-Pacific Partnership With two blows dealt to the TPP yesterday, the time to end the failed experiment with rigged corporate trade and put in place fair trade for the people and planet before profits, is now. The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) is running into resistance in Congress, local governments and among Pacific nations in Asia and Latin America; and by people who oppose the agreement all over the world. This is part of a growing movement of movements – all of the groups impacted by corporate trade, including labor, environmental, Internet freedom, healthcare, food sovereignty, immigrant’s rights, banking regulation – are joining together to defeat it. Earlier this year the Green Shadow Cabinet issued a series of statements that laid bare the regressive and undemocratic nature of the TPP. Yesterday, the TPP was dealt two blows. This is not the first glimpse of TPP text. The second blow came from members of the U.S. A letter spearheaded by Rep. But, that is not all. The opposition is also bi-partisan.

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