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After suffering a great loss in Europe (the rejection of ACTA by the EU Parliament), major copyright companies are worried about what follows from now on. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement was set to push copyright laws on international borders, including its controversial provisions, a cause for a lot of debating and criticism from not only
Some time ago we’ve informed our readers about a new dangerous treaty called CETA or the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement. As it seems, a text of the Intellectual Property Chapter has leaked. Here are the details we’ve found out thanks to a ZeroPaid report. CETA is a trade agreement between Europe and Canada and
After a never before seen struggle to stop ACTA from becoming an international law, the European Parliament finally decided its fate and voted a big strong NO against what could have been the demise of my, yours, and everyone’s rights online. It is indeed a day of joy, a day when the European political stage
Since 2005 Canadians have struggled to keep their copyright laws clean from foreign influences, but now those forces are once again trying to meddle with the Canadian copyright laws. As such, the Canadian Intellectual Property lead lobby group – read the Canadian IP Council representing the interests of music, movie, software and pharmaceutical companies –
Four meeting notes documents regarding ACTA and covering a period of two years (between 2008 and 2010) were obtained and released by EDRI. ZeroPaid took interest and opened an interesting analysis based on this newly found information. The first of these documents dates back to the negotiations of December 2008 which were held in Paris.