Cloudy Mondays: The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement’s Word Cloud Avatar

[December 2 13] Leaked TPP Chapter

When Wikileaks well, err, wikileaked the intellectual property rights chapter on November 13, 2013 from that most secretive of mammoths, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement, plenty was said about the content of the chapter, as well as the pros and cons of it. Without delving too deeply into it, here’s a cursory look at the treaty, in word cloud form.

Go cloud gaze. What shadows and shapes do you see?

 

Lovingly cross-posted from The Cumulonimblex Project.

Full Text: Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement, IP Chapter, Wikileaks

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About: Mekhala Chaubal

Mekhala is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School, Canada with an interest in all areas of intellectual property (IP) law in a transnational context, privacy rights, and the development of IP in emerging economies. She is currently immersed in learning about innovation, entrepreneurship and the finer points of patent, copyright and trade-mark law as IP Legal Assistant.

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