July 9, 2012-With ACTA Dead, TPP Shapes Up to Avoid the Same Fate (links to webpronews.com)
July 9, 2012-TPP Protests San Diego: 300 March to Stop TPP (links to opednews.com)
July 6, 2012-TPP: A Trade Deal from Hell (links to thepeoplesvoice.org)
July 5, 2012-Counter Currents: The Trans-Pacific Partnership: An Extremist 1% Global Attack (links to countercurrents.org)
July 5, 2012-Inter Press Service: U.S. Push to Limit Copyright Law May Be Undercut by TPP Secrecy (links to ipsnews.net)
July 5, 2012-
Aliran: Occupy, Internet Freedom Groups Join Protests Against TPP (links to aliran.com)
July 5, 2012-Free Speech Radio News: Critics Say Trans-Pacific Trade Deal Would Allow Corporations to Override Environmental Labor Laws (links to fsrn.org)
July 3, 2012-US Chief Negotiator Calls 135 Members of Congress, Four Senators, Liars! (links to opednews.com)
July 3, 2012-Washington Post:Talks open in California on Pacific Rim trade pact; some claim discussions shrouded in secrecy (links to washingtonpost.com)
July 3, 2012-InfoJustice: What's at Stake in the San Diego Round of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) (links to infojustice.org)
July 2, 2012-San Diego Free Press: The Starting Line--Reps FIlner, Davis Call for Transparency in (TPP) Trade Negotiations; Big Tobacco in San Diego for the 'Free Trade' Confab (links to sandiegofreepress.org)
July 2, 2012-A Dangerous Investment: Australia, New Zealand and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (links to theconversation.edu.au)
July 1, 2012-TPP: Direct from the San Diego Negotiations: Last Chance to Save Democracy (links to opednews.com)
June 29, 2012-Reuters: USTR Denies Congressman Issa Request to Observe Trade Talks (links to reuters.com)
June 29, 2012-The Insider List (links to sojo.net)
June 28, 2012-130 Congressional Democrats Want to Open Internet Regulation Talks (links to deathandtaxesmag.com)
June 28, 2012-Protests Planned For Trans-Pacific Trade Talks (links to San Diego Reader)
June 27, 2012-Congressional Democrats Escalate Criticism of Substance, Process of Obama's First Trade Pact
June 27, 2012-The Nation: NAFTA on Steroids (links thenation.com
June 27, 2012-Lawmakers, Groups Urge Greater Transparency in Trans-Pacific Talks (links to National Journal)
Round 13: San Diego, CA, USA
July 2-10, 2012
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OpenMedia: Large Petition Against TPP's Internet Trap Hand-Delivered to Negotiations in San Diego (links to openmedia.ca)
In San Diego, the USTR announced its proposal for copyright exceptions in the TPP. Read a joint statement from the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Knowledge Ecology International, Public Citizen, and Public Knowledge about USTR's announcement.
July 2, 2012-Stakeholders' Forum with USTR at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel
July 6, 2012-Stakeholder Reception at Lou & Mickey's
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