“We don’t want to see the Internet become balkanized,” said Maira Sutton, a global policy analyst at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights advocate.

“But having these discussions decided in a trade agreement is exactly the wrong place to do it. There’s been no security researchers at the table, no public interest groups that have been following this for a long time," she added.

“Trade agreements are not the place to decide digital policy."

Sunday, November 8, 2015
The Hill