Internet Australia, the peak body representing Internet users, today called for widespread debate on all the provisions of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, especially those that could have “hidden consequences” for Internet users. The official text of the TPP agreement was only released late last week.
CEO Laurie Patton commented: “It is unfortunate that organisations like Internet Australia were not consulted during our Government’s negotiations over the TPP. There is a great deal of material for us to go through now and some of it has significant implications for the Internet”.

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