EFF Launches New TPP Infographic

So, this week, the Electronic Frontier Foundation launched its new infographic (stress on graphic) still pitching the idea that it is the IP provisions in the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement that are of the gravest concern.  The EFF states on their site that the infographics are covered by a Creative Commons license* and that anyone is free to use or remix the assets with attribution.  So, with all due credit to the EFF for the original works, I have taken the liberty of remixing as suggested.  And in the spirit of sharing, feel free to use these on social media with or without attribution.

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  • I love both of those infographics, for very different reasons. If you don’t mind, I’ll be using yours sooner or later. On the other hand, I love the EFF’s because it proves everything I’ve believed about the opposition to TPP. Most of it, anyway. My favorite part has to be EFF’s paragraph about corporate lobbyists, who have voiced similar complaints about TPP negotiations as opponents of the partnership. Especially tobacco and pharma. They feel like they got less than they would have wanted.

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