ACTA is back

By | July 10, 2012
…this time, it's called CETA.

Will they ever give up? How many times do we have to say 'no' before it is understood? Compare the two texts – the website does a good job helping you on that – with a few exceptions, it looks like a good candidate for what academics would call plagiarism. +Susanne Ramharter and +Moan Lisa, it looks like we have to cork the champagne bottle again, no more ACTA celebrations!

Reshared post from +chris vighagen

ACTA lever!
Fast under CETA namnet.

Något av en katastrof för Europas medborgares förtroende i EU's parlamentariska process och för förtroendet i de förtroendevalda politikerna vars jobb är att representera sina väljare.

CETA ligger inte i någons bästa intresse förutom vissa få storföretag.

Michael Geist – ACTA Lives: How the EU & Canada Are Using CETA as Backdoor Mechanism To Revive ACTA
Dr. Michael Geist is the Canada Research Chair of Internet and E-commerce Law at the University of Ottawa., acta ceta backdoor

2 thoughts on “ACTA is back

  1. Sophie Wrobel

    From what I understand, it has been around for some time, but again has been negotiated in private. ACTA did also take a long time to negotiate. The similarity in the wording is startling, though.

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