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[ NNSquad ] Re: Europe battles ACTA: "A new question of Internet freedom"

The sadder news is that the European Parliament Register continues to deny full access to ACTA related documents:
European spring is over
If you want to follow the developments closely, the FFII ACTA blog is warmly recommended.


On 02/06/2012 05:04 AM, Lauren Weinstein wrote:
Europe battles ACTA: "A new question of Internet freedom"

http://j.mp/wRLoq9  (New York Times)

   "After more than three years of talks, which critics say were conducted
    without sufficient public input , the United States signed on to ACTA
    last October in Tokyo, along with Australia, Canada, Japan, Morocco,
    New Zealand and South Korea. (The agreement is to come into force when
    six of those countries have ratified it.)  But the issue moved into
    the mainstream in Europe after the European Union and representatives
    of 22 of 27 E.U. members - all except Cyprus, Estonia, Germany, the
    Netherlands and Slovakia - signed Jan.  26."

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Lauren Weinstein (lauren@vortex.com): http://www.vortex.com/lauren 
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