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Alex Cruz Herrera
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Peru
Current Residence: Lima
Favourite genre of music: many
Favourite style of art: karavan, 8horns, Ishoka
Operating System: Win 7
MP3 player of choice: VLC
Favourite cartoon character: many
Personal Quote: "mas sabe el diablo por viejo... que estudiando"
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I created a facebook page for making contests and stuff

www.facebook.com/pietrobbmbbf/

Please give us a "like", i'll be doing the fan character contest there soon.

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supersonicfa Featured By Owner 1 day ago
jejeje, pensaba que te tenia ya dado el watch, pero me equivoque XD
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ATTTTB Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Hi. I like your pictures and comics but, I have a question, have you ever heard of the Trans Pacific Partnership? It could censor all websites we look at and make us pay a fine for looking at a website. Hollywood is back for revenge to destroy our internet! This will harm your working on Palcomix and members on palcomix, mobius , etc. (include all porn sites and anime sites will be kicked off the internet)

Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement

What Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)?

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a secretive, multinational trade agreement that threatens to extend restrictive intellectual property (IP) laws across the globe and rewrite international rules on its enforcement. The main problems are two-fold:

(1) Intellectual Property Chapter: Leaked draft texts of the agreement show that the IP chapter would have extensive negative ramifications for users’ freedom of speech, right to privacy and due process, and hinder peoples' abilities to innovate.

(2) Lack of Transparency: The entire process has shut out multi-stakeholder participation and is shrouded in secrecy.

The twelve nations currently negotiating the TPP are the US, Japan, Australia, Peru, Malaysia, Vietnam, New Zealand, Chile, Singapore, Canada, Mexico, and Brunei Darussalam. The TPP contains a chapter on intellectual property covering copyright, trademarks, and patents. Since the draft text of the agreement has never been officially released to the public, we know from leaked documents, such as the May 2014 draft of the TPP Intellectual Property Chapter [PDF], that US negotiators are pushing for the adoption of copyright measures far more restrictive than currently required by international treaties, including the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).


The TPP Will Rewrite Global Rules on Intellectual Property Enforcement

All signatory countries will be required to conform their domestic laws and policies to the provisions of the Agreement. In the US, this is likely to further entrench controversial aspects of US copyright law (such as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act [DMCA]) and restrict the ability of Congress to engage in domestic law reform to meet the evolving IP needs of American citizens and the innovative technology sector. The recently leaked US-proposed IP chapter also includes provisions that appear to go beyond current US law.

The leaked US IP chapter includes many detailed requirements that are more restrictive than current international standards, and would require significant changes to other countries’ copyright laws. These include obligations for countries to:

  • Place Greater Liability on Internet Intermediaries: The TPP would force the adoption of the US DMCA Internet intermediaries copyright safe harbor regime in its entirety. For example, this would require Chile to rewrite its forward-looking 2010 copyright law that currently establishes a judicial notice-and-takedown regime, which provides greater protection to Internet users’ expression and privacy than the DMCA.
  • Escalate Protections for Digital Locks: It will compel signatory nations to enact laws banning circumvention of digital locks (technological protection measures or TPMs) [PDF] that mirror the DMCA and treat violation of the TPM provisions as a separate offense even when no copyright infringement is involved. This would require countries like New Zealand to completely rewrite its innovative 2008 copyright law, as well as override Australia’s carefully-crafted 2007 TPM regime exclusions for region-coding on movies on DVDs, video games, and players, and for embedded software in devices that restrict access to goods and services for the device—a thoughtful effort by Australian policy makers to avoid the pitfalls experienced with the US digital locks provisions. In the US, business competitors have used the DMCA to try to block printer cartridge refill services, competing garage door openers, and to lock mobile phones to particular network providers.
  • Create New Threats for Journalists and Whistleblowers: Dangerously vague text on the misuse of trade secrets, which could be used to enact harsh criminal punishments against anyone who reveals or even accesses information through a "computer system" that is allegedly confidential.
  • Expand Copyright Terms: Create copyright terms well beyond the internationally agreed period in the 1994 Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). The TPP could extend copyright term protections from life of the author + 50 years, to Life + 70 years for works created by individuals, and either 95 years after publication or 120 years after creation for corporate owned works (such as Mickey Mouse).
  • Ban Parallel Importation: Ban parallel importation of genuine goods acquired from other countries without the authorization of copyright owners.
  • Adopt Criminal Sanctions: Adopt criminal sanctions for copyright infringement that is done without a commercial motivation, based on the provisions of the 1997 US No Electronic Theft Act.

In short, countries would have to abandon any efforts to learn from the mistakes of the US and its experience with the DMCA over the last 12 years, and adopt many of the most controversial aspects of US copyright law in their entirety. At the same time, the US IP chapter does not export the limitations and exceptions in the US copyright regime like fair use, which have enabled freedom of expression and technological innovation to flourish in the US. It includes only a placeholder for exceptions and limitations. This raises serious concerns about other countries’ sovereignty and the ability of national governments to set laws and policies to meet their domestic priorities.



Why You Should Care

TPP raises significant concerns about citizens’ freedom of expression, due process, innovation, the future of the Internet’s global infrastructure, and the right of sovereign nations to develop policies and laws that best meet their domestic priorities. In sum, the TPP puts at risk some of the most fundamental rights that enable access to knowledge for the world’s citizens.


The US Trade Rep is pursuing a TPP agreement that will require signatory counties to adopt heightened copyright protection that advances the agenda of the US entertainment and pharmaceutical industries agendas, but omits the flexibilities and exceptions that protect Internet users and technology innovators.


The TPP will affect countries beyond the 11 that are currently involved in negotiations. Like ACTA, the TPP Agreement is a plurilateral agreement that will be used to create new heightened global IP enforcement norms. Countries that are not parties to the negotiation will likely be asked to accede to the TPP as a condition of bilateral trade agreements with the US and other TPP members, or evaluated against the TPP's copyright enforcement standards in the annual Special 301 process administered by the US Trade Rep.

The leak text has proven it will censor our internet!

www.documentcloud.org/document…

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Action:

openmedia.org/stop-secrecy-act…

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ATTTTB Featured By Owner Edited 4 days ago
If this come to law there wont be no expiration date on the TPP!

It will be over for all of us!

www.commondreams.org/news/2015…
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Anto-kun123 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  New member Student Digital Artist
Si ! alex!  te encontre :3 <3
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SammCat Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Squee! ¡Me gusta mucho tu arte!
Me parece muy tierno y bien hecho ♥ cute blush 

...Watch! Hamtaro Mouse Emoji-02 (Kawaii) [V1] 
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Pauly-Muffin Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student General Artist
Que bonito estilo \(´v`)/
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Dragonrid3r528 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2015
You are someone that exists.
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Lisette--Sauce Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Do you request?
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ShinigamiSenshi Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2015  New member
I really love your artwork. I think it is the best I have ever seen. I would like to buy a bunch of artwork (clean and non) for myself and some of my perverted friends. I am just wondering when will you be free to take on a bunch of commissions? From your site it says that Western Union/Wire transfer would be the best option to pay you so I will try that option on their webpage
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Gojira012 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2015
You do great work
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