15 July 2012

ACTA Update XX: The Final Act

So, here we are: the final decisive week that is likely to determine the fate not just of ACTA, but also the course of digital copyright law in the world for the next few years (for the full background to how we got here, and what has happened along the way, see previous ACTA Updates.) That's because ACTA is not a law as such, but a treaty that sets the context for future laws of its signatories. It's why ACTA is so dangerous: it effectively neuters the sovereign power of nations - and hence of their citizens.

On Open Enterprise blog.

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