[IRP] PROTECT IP no longer coming for a vote! | | Next struggle: ACTA
Tue Jan 31 18:31:01 EET 2012
The European Union and 22 Memberstates signed ACTA. Now it's up to the
memberstate parliaments, and the EU Parliament, to vote on the package.
There's no possibility to change rulings, it's only yes or no.
We hope a lot of you can be active again to collect arguments to inform
Members of Parliaments why they should vote No to ACTA.
Accordig to insiders, the 'EPP Group' in EU Parliament is the best to
target with arguments.
Here some usefull links
Some notes on ACTA by David Hammerstein
Study EU Parliament Committee INTA that will prepare a voting advise for
Study from EU Party The Greens Does ACTA comply with human / fundamental
"We've been covering #ACTA for over four years, and hopefully we can
shed some light on a tricky subject." Ars Technica
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On Thu, Jan 26, 2012, at 01:47 PM, Mitar wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 4:43 PM, cci <cci at internautas.org> wrote:
> > In case I'm wrong and all we need is a place to host a list, lol, I guess we
> > don't have problems to do it, though obviously I should first ask our
> > webmaster.
> I can offer both mailing lists and website space (separate Linux
> container, so you can admin//root it freely) at our server in
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