ACTA ignites concerns about threat to Internet freedom
Protestors hold Guy Fawkes masks and shout slogans during a protest Saturday against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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#1 Feb 12, 2012
Wow, world-wide protests and very little coverage by the Main-Stream Media???
Ohhhh, I forgot, the MSM is the mouthpiece of the 1% and they don't want the 99% to have free speech via the Internet!!!
#2 Feb 12, 2012
Sorry, this is a good link!!
#3 Feb 12, 2012
Many people over the world do support IP protection but not as the actual ACTA type.
#4 Feb 12, 2012
True! No problem with Intellectual Property Protection, which I'm sure already exists in law.
But ACTA was written in total secrecy; by non-elected individuals; and passed thru government bureauacracies with no debate.
In the United States, the Treaty was signed by Obama without MSM comments, of course, AND the Obama Administration is not even seeking US Senate Ratification as required by the United States Constitution.
Clearly, it is time to expose this agreement to the light of day.
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