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Submission + - ACTA Document Leaks With Details on Mexico Talks (michaelgeist.ca)

An anonymous reader writes: A brief report from the European Commission authored by Pedro Velasco Martins (an EU negotiator) on the most recent round of ACTA negotiations in Guadalajara, Mexico has leaked, providing new information on the substance of the talks, how countries are addressing the transparency concerns, and plans for future negotiations. The document notes that governments are planning a counter-offensive to rebut claims of iPod seaching border guards and mandatory three strikes policies.
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ACTA Document Leaks With Details on Mexico Talks

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