Major ACTA Leak: Internet and Civil Enforcement Chapters With Country Positions

Major ACTA Leak: Internet and Civil Enforcement Chapters With Country Positions: “(Michal Geisnt)
On the heels of the leak of various country positions on ACTA transparency, an even bigger leak has hit the Internet. A new European Union document canvasses the Internet and Civil Enforcement chapters, disclosing in complete detail the proposals from the U.S., the counter-proposals from the EU, Japan, and other ACTA participants. The 44-page document also highlights specific concerns of individual countries on a wide range of issues including ISP liability, anti-circumvention rules, and the scope of the treaty. This is probably the most significant leak to-date since it goes even beyond the transparency debate by including specific country positions and proposals.

(Via QuickLinks Update.)

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