Thursday, October 3, 2013

New ACTA , SOPA and PIPA under the agreement for cross- Pacific Partnership ?

New ACTA , SOPA and PIPA under the agreement for cross- Pacific Partnership ?

ACTA , SOPA and Pippa questioned the freedom of speech and access to information on the Internet.
New year study of US-based non-governmental organization " Freedom House " in 2013 , " Mass tracking new laws to control Internet content , increasing arrests of users of social networks - these trends are leading cause of reduction of Internet freedom . "
The text Freedom on the Net 2013 also stresses that Internet freedom activists become more effective warnings about impending threats and in some cases even were able to stop new repressive measures.
Now go actively trade meetings under the agreement to expand the partnership, one of them will be held behind closed doors this week in Asia.
World leaders and lobbyists prepare restart the failed American project for more control in the Internet Bludgeon wrote Electronic Frontier Foundation .
Provision shall be made , for example, a user can be thrown from the Internet , if caught three times to remove the material that is claimed to be copyrighted . The main objective is to create a legal authority , (ISPs), which will monitor compliance with a number of new restrictive rules and intermediaries to filter communications network for potential downloads of copyrighted material .
Will block sites that allegedly infringe such rights . Also provides brokers to be forced to disclose the identity of their clients or IP addresses.
Partnership is to expand the free trade agreement , which is currently being negotiated between the U.S. , Australia , Brunei, Canada , Chile, Malaysia, Mexico , New Zealand, Peru , Singapore and Vietnam , a total of 11 countries.
In the spring Japan said it would join the talks.
 Critics of the agreement, however, attack him because of the secrecy of the negotiations for the conclusion of various agreements and because it will strengthen the censorship on the Internet, network access will appreciate and will be controlled .
In December 2012 at Dubai ended WCIT 2012 Conference of the International Telecommunication Union , the UN , the purpose of which was the creation of new rules on electronic mass communications and the most problematic issues - the Internet.
The new rules introduce censorship , but the U.S. and EU. Final document adopted in Dubai requires ISPs worldwide system for the analysis of Internet traffic to block " unwanted content , including BitTorrent traffic and resolving anonymous users.
Expected , the approved standard to take effect from 2015 .
 Telecom regulators in different countries will legalize this is a standard requirement for providers of telecommunications network operators.
Adoption of final rules in this release that would legalize online censorship of media ads ... "victory over censorship . "
 Plans of Russia, China , Iran and some Arab countries to qualify for their own state to control access in their territories , have failed.
Censorship was entitled to the United States and to some extent the EU .
Countries that have not signed the new regulations will be guided by the rules.
It is expected that countries that have signed , be forced under pressure of public opinion can not bring regulators.
Total of 89 countries signed the Final Act .
Some of the states that did not sign the final document are: Rica, Croatia , Denmark, Spain , Estonia, Montenegro , Norway, New Zealand , Peru, Philippines , Portugal, Slovakia , Serbia.

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