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Published in Green Left Weekly, a publication  described by the journalist John Pilger as 'the one newspaper that is independent of powerful interests' in Australia.

TPP's corporate power grab clearer, but opposition building

By Pete Dolack

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

"Monica Horten, a visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics writing on her Iptegrity.com website, summarizes the
TPP’s dangers to the free flow of information: “[I]t is a toxic potion that would force the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to police their networks, and turns current law on its head … “Where it concerns the Internet and digital content, much of the TPP intellectual property chapter looks like a
cut-and-paste from ACTA. Certainly, it brings in similar secondary liability and criminal measures that were in ACTA.{...} However, there are specific new proposals that give more reasons for concern … Within the Internet section, is a USA/Australian proposal that contains the core desires of Hollywood and the Motion Picture Association.”



States v the 'Net? 

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Copyright Enforcement Enigma launch, March 2012

In 2012, I presented my PhD research in the European Parliament.

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