November 13, 2013-Firedoglake: Wikileaks Reveals Provisions of Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement Where Countries Oppose United States (links to dissenter.firedoglake.com)
November 13, 2013-The Hill: Watchdog groups: Did NSA spy on us? (links to hilll.com)
November 13, 2013-The Guardian: Want 'free trade'? Open the medical and drug industry to competition (links to theguardian.com)
November 13, 2013-The Guardian: Wikileaks publishes secret draft chapter of Trans-Pacific Partnership (links to the guardian.com)
November 13, 2013-Torrent Freak: First Leaked TPP Chapter Evokes Memories of SOPA (links to torrentfreak.com)
November 13, 2013-Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders: MSF Responds to leak of TPP text on Wikileaks (links to msfaccess.org)
November 13, 2013-Derechos Digitales: Lo que tienes que saber del capitulo filtrado del TPP en Wikileaks (links to derechosdigitales.org)
November 13, 2013-The Age: Trade deal could be bitter medicine (links to theage.com.au)
November 13, 2013-KEI: KEI Comments on the August 30, 2013 version of the TPP IP Chapter
November 13, 2013-Public Citizen: Leaked Documents Reveal Obama Administration Push for Internet Freedom Limits, Terms That Raise Drug Prices in Closed-Door Trade Talks
November 8, 2013-Eyes on Trade: 38 Million Retirees Join Workers and Consumers to Say No to "Trade" Deal Terms that Would Make Medicine More Expensive (links to citizen.typepad.com)
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