Who should make the policies that will determine the future of the Internet?
A select list of corporate lobbyists and unelected government officials, meeting without public oversight or involvement?
Or — Internet users and digital policy experts, using digital tools and thoughtful processes, combined with review and sign-off by elected decision makers and the general public?
Sourced through Scoop.it from: openmedia.org
By Reilly Yeo. Now that the final text of the TPP chapter on Intellectual Property has been released by Wikileaks, we can see how it compares to the three recommendations that came from our crowdsourced agenda for free expression. Does what lobbyists and unelected trade representatives put together reflect what Internet users want?