European Parliament hits out at lack of ACTA transparency
The European Parliament has overwhelmingly approved a resolution calling for transparency in the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) negotiations, warning that data protection and the privacy rights of citizens must be safeguarded, while ruling out the introduction of a ‘three strikes’ policy on online copyright infringement.
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