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As Obama tries to lock down Trans-Pacific Partnership, Canadian Internet freedom group takes message directly to U.S. Capitol

Canada NewsWire

Canada's OpenMedia leads huge international campaign shining "Stop the Secrecy" spotlight on prominent buildings in Washington D.C. to protest TPP's secretive Internet Censorship plan

VANCOUVER, April 22, 2014 /CNW/ - As U.S. President Obama prepares for a week of crucial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks, a large, broad-based international campaign is taking its message to the heart of the American Capitol. Last year Canada joined 11 other nations in the TPP negotiations.

Starting tonight, a 'Stop the Secrecy' projection will be beamed on to prominent buildings in Washington, D.C. urging an end to the excessive secrecy around the TPP agreement. The projection will get bigger and more powerful as more people sign on to the campaign at

The initiative is led by OpenMedia, a Vancouver-based group that safeguards the open Internet.

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