A new draft of the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement has been released following two years of negotiations by 10 nations, including the U.S., European Union and Japan. The move to release the draft, which outlines a possible international agreement to strengthen copyright protection, comes after criticism negotiations were being held in secret. The aim is to complete negotiations this year in order to have the ACTA ratified and put into force. An international body, ...
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