Peruvians Petition their President to Stick Up for their Digital Rights
Katitza Rodriguez, international rights director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and a Peruvian citizen, has written about TPP and Peru’s campaign. In a post she coauthored for the Electronic Frontier Foundation she called the TPP the “biggest global threat to the Internet since ACTA.”
Speaking as an activist helping the Peruvian campaign, Rodriguez told techPresident: “There has been a total lack of knowledge on the implication of TPP and the future of our Internet.” As of today, only 1140 Peruvians have signed the petition. In spite of that low number, the UK edition of Wired picked up the story.