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ACTA: Unredacted Docs Show European Commission Negotiation Failures

Newly unredacted European Commission notes for four of the negotiation rounds for ACTA show that the Commission failed to negotiate effectively on behalf of European citizens and businesses. That's the assessment of digital rights organization EDRi and AccessNow, who gained access to the previously censored documents. Source: ACTA: Unredacted Docs Show European Commission Negotiation Failu
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EC's ACTA Negotiator Devigne: Rejected U.S. "Blackmail"

Industries / Law : Michael Geist (5 years ago)

Luc Devigne, the European Commission's lead ACTA negotiator, recently appeared before the International Trade Committee which brought together Members of the European Parliament and ACTA negotiators.  Sources say Devigne revealed se... Read Post

Newly Revealed Negotiating Documents Show How US Companies Had Excessive Input On ACTA

Industries / Law : Techdirt (3 years ago)

The folks at EDRI and Access were able to get their hands on four "meeting notes" from the European Commission ACTA negotiators, concerning what happened at various meetings. This is especially important as the EU gets closer to an ... Read Post

European ACTA Negotiation Documents Leak

Industries / Law : Michael Geist (3 years ago)

EDRi has posted four unredacted ACTA documents that provide insight into four of the ACTA negotiation rounds - Paris, Rabat, Seoul, and Guadalajara. The documents highlight the disagreement over ACTA transparency and concerns with t... Read Post


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