The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a hush-hush trade pact that threatens millions of Internet users’ rights to connect and communicate.It would let corporations monitor our online activities, cut off our Internet access, delete content and impose fines.
When my mom and dad visited Boston for their first National Conference for Media Reform, they were in shock. They thought that I just helped put on this tiny event that maybe 100 activists attended. They didn’t expect the thousands of people in attendance — or the sheer energy of the experience.
The Boston conference was great, but we at Free Press are not content to rest on our laurels. We’re planning something even better for our next conference, which will be held in April in Denver.
We’re excited to announce the launch of the brand-new website for Free Press and our Save the Internet campaign. The site features a fresh design and clean look with easy access to all of our actions, blog posts, press releases and resources.
Our site was built for exploration. Take some time to poke around and discover the work we do. And don’t forget to take action on our campaigns for universal and affordable Internet access, diverse media ownership, vibrant public media and quality journalism.