Dear Fight for the Future member,
This is important -- and an awesome idea. Please see below an important message about the Trans-Pacific Partnership from our allies at OpenMedia.
Fight for the Future
In a matter of weeks over 125,000 citizens from around the world have spoken out against the TPP's Internet censorship plan. We now know that this remarkable global effort has gotten us the attention of decision-makers negotiating the TPP.
Heads of government from Malaysia, New Zealand, and others are now calling for greater transparency and public engagement in the TPP negotiations.  This is amazing, and would have never happened without your support.
Now that we have their attention, it's time to let them know what we want. We need to create a citizen-led vision for copyright rules that serve creativity, innovation, and sharing, not control by Big Media. Be part of our crowdsourced visioning process today.
Earlier this year, we asked the Internet community what we should do to protect a free and open Internet. We heard loud and clear that it's time to start crafting our own community-driven copyright rules -- and that's exactly what we've done by creating a cool, easy-to-use drag and drop tool, drawn from your comments and suggestions during the Your Digital Future process.
To add to your voices, we consulted digital access experts, Internet innovators and entrepreneurs from several countries to identify the issues that will impact our ability to share and collaborate online.
What we want to create is a Trans-Pacific Partnership of our own – a partnership of citizens, creators and innovators looking to share and collaborate in the 21st century. But it needs your support to work.
We've seen crowd-sourced visions work before – once the citizen-centered alternative exists, it becomes impossible for decision-makers to claim their extreme proposals are serving regular people.
Help put the interests of a truly citizen-driven movement in decision-makers' hands, and they won't be able to ignore us.
Together, we are stronger – a crowdsourced vision is only as good as the crowd that participates. We need mass input from a wide range of Internet users to be able to truly propose a citizen-created plan. Be a part of this worldwide initiative -- add your voice now.
We can do this,
Your friends at OpenMedia
 Government committed to presenting TPPA at Parliament says Najib. Source: The Borneo Post.
 Prime Minister Warns Contentious Issues Could Derail TPP Deal. Source: Radio NZ (New Zealand).
 Don't Sell Out Japan in TPP Talks. Source: Japan Times.
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