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[Ip-Watch] Anti-ACTA Protests Expected In Two Dozen Countries; Parliament Opposition Rises

All seems to come down to the numbers on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement: how many protesters will turn up at the ACTA Action Day in Europe tomorrow and how many members of the European Parliament (EP) will vote for it in plenary on 3 July. Without the agreement of Parliament, ACTA will fail, at least in Europe, observers say. [...]

Meanwhile, four committees of the European Parliament recently voted for a rejection of ACTA, and the lead committee will make its decision on 21 June and forward its recommendation to the Parliament plenary for the first reading on 3 July. A majority in favour is rather unlikely, Niccolo Rinaldi from the Liberal Party Group in the EP (ALDE) said in an exchange with Pirate Party MEP Christian Engstroem, posted by journalist Jennifer Baker. “It ain’t over til it’s over,” warned Engstroem. [...]

http://www.ip-watch.org/2012/06/08/anti-acta-protests-expected-in-two-do...