Right now, government representatives from around the world are meeting with over 600 industry lobbyist "advisors" to negotiate an extreme agreement called the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).1
They've shut ordinary citizens out of the process, but we know from leaked documents2 that the TPP:
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 The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a secretive multi-nation trade agreement that seeks, among other things, to rewrite the global rules on intellectual property enforcement. It is being negotiated behind closed doors by a group of 600 industry lobbyist "advisors" and un-elected government trade representatives.
 Public interest groups have obtained the February 2011 draft of the TPP's Intellectual Property Rights Chapter and the TPP text on copyright Limitations and Exceptions. The text shows that the TPP would criminalize many everyday uses of the Internet, and give Big Media more Internet lockdown powers.
 The TPP lacks transparency, public participation, and democratic accountability. In this letter, a number of U.S. civil society organizations detail and decry the opacity of the process.