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Anonymous launches 'Project Skynet' against ACTA legislation

The impending threat of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement and the implications on our freedom and access to information and resources has brought us to this point.  This is an intended declaration of war, [and] we will not stop until this global legislation has been terminated. – Anonymous. Related articles by Zemanta More ACTA Talks This Week (techdailydose.nationaljournal.com) European Parliament passes anti-ACTA...

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Send a handwritten 'tweet' to Canadian MPs regarding Bill C-61 and ACTA

The Academicalism Blog has a great couple of Tweet-sized notes that everyone concerned about copyright reform in Canada and the ACTA treaty should send along to Tony Clement and James Moore.  Remember, sending mail to your representatives is FREE.  No stamp is required.  Take out two slips of paper, HANDWRITE one of these statements on each and stuff them into their own envelopes and toss them in the nearest mailbox (c/o House of...

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ACTA draft officially released, sucks

Michael Geist Says: As the ACTA negotiating countries promised, a draft consolidated text was released earlier today. Unlike the earlier leaked version which provided specific attribution to country positions, this official version has removed references to those positions, so the text does not state who supports which version of the text.Today’s release marks an important development that highlights the value of public...

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ACTA – What does the act mean to Canadian law?

Micheal Geist’s latest column on the ACTA treaty has been posted.  Every Canadian should look over the coverage of the ACTA treaty that Michael has put together. Learn what your and other governments are negotiating in secret!  Big Media lobbyists are pushing to change your rights to digital media, technology and the internet using this binding treaty in order to enforce laws that would never be voted in by conventional...

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