Kiwis fought hard against proposals that would force Internet service providers (ISPs) to act as judge and jury for copyright infringement, requiring them to “terminate” Internet connections for rights owners. ISPs don’t want to do it, and we don’t want them to. We won that fight in 2009 and again in 2011. Now the big US studios are trying to sneak this in through the TPP. No means no. We know that NZ’s negotiators are trying to get us a fair deal, so let’s stand behind them. Tell the Minister that you want New Zealand to stay strong, and not to settle for anything less than a fair deal on the TPP.

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