Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 6th Feb 2012 21:44 UTC
Legal It would seem that freedom of speech and the open web are in better hands in Eastern Europe than they are in Western Europe. After Poland, the Czech Republic is the second country to suspend the process of ratifying ACTA. "A wave of protests against the international agreement, including hackers' attacks, has swollen in the world as well as in the Czech Republic. 'By no means would the government admit a situation where civic freedoms and free access to information would be threatened,' [Czech PM] Necas said." Anyone from either Poland or the Czech Republic care to comment on how serious we have to take their politicians? If a Dutch or an American politician said something like this, I'd be weary and mistrusting.
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RE[3]: No f**ing way
by zima on Tue 7th Feb 2012 12:22 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: No f**ing way"
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"Fraternal feelings" ...maybe somebody also wants to sneak in one politically correct ambiguous allusion, relatively common in the times of (also) Brezhnev (then an instance of saying things in a way which would allow the official censors to look the other way, too)

See, the Soviets were our brothers. After all, you can choose your friends - not so with family ;)

Edited 2012-02-07 12:29 UTC

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