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UPDATE October 1, 2018: Canada has agreed to a revised trade agreement with the United States and Mexico, now known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) and our worst fears for digital rights have become true: the deal contains draconian intellectual property and copyright provisions that are basically copied from the TPP.1
But it doesn't end here! The government is currently reviewing the Copyright Act, so make sure to have your say here. The agreement will also now begin a lengthy approval process in which the government will continue to hear from its citizens and decision makers before it rubber stamps the deal. So we must keep up the pressure from every direction and make sure the government knows we won't just let our Internet get traded away.
NAFTA negotiations are ongoing and the Canadian government wants your input.
Bell Canada has already come up with an outrageous proposal to enshrine mandated website blocking in the trade agreement and implement new radical copyright rules that could criminalize our everyday online activities, leading to a major chill on free expression in Canada.1
Use the form below to ensure the government hears from you: don’t let NAFTA undermine our digital rights!