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EU votes 478 to 39 against ACTA

Posted on Wednesday, July 04 2012 @ 14:43:27 CEST by


Last week the European Parliament's trade committee rejected ACTA by 19 votes to 12, and today the European Parliament voted 478 to 39 against the treaty. Full details at TorrentFreak.
Six months ago, the situation looked very dark. It was all but certain that ACTA would pass unnoticed in silence. The forces fighting for citizens’ rights tried to have it referred to the European Court of Justice in order to test its legality and to buy some time. But then, something happened.

A monster by the name of SOPA appeared in the United States. Thousands of websites went dark on January 18 and millions of voices cried out, leaving Congress shell-shocked over the fact that citizens can get that level of pissed off at corporate special interests. SOPA was killed.

In the wake of this, as citizens realized that they don’t need to take that kind of corporate abuse lying down and asking for more, the community floodlights centered on ACTA.




 



 

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