- mainstream media organizations such as LeMonde, The Independent (UK), De Volkskrant, and De Zeit
- leading civil society groups such as La Quadrature du Net, Bits of Freedom, and FFII
- online media publishing from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic (1, 2), France (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), Germany (1, 2, 3), Italy, the Netherlands (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Poland (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), Portugal, Romania (1, 2), Russia (1, 2), Slovenia, Spain (1, 2, 3), Sweden, Switzerland (1, 2), and the UK (1, 2)
Add in popular vloggers such as the Philip deFranco Show (over 2 million subscribers) and the heavy traffic tech sites such as Slashdot, TechDirt, and BoingBoing, and it becomes apparent the CETA story has quickly propagated throughout Europe and online.
As with ACTA, leaks and 140 character denials on Twitter are not good enough. The leaked text was clear that the majority of ACTA is being replicated nearly word-for-word in CETA. In light of the Parliament vote and the public concern, Canada and the EU should immediately release the current draft text so that the public can fully analyze and comment on the secret trade deal.