Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 9th Mar 2010 16:58 UTC
Legal We have some very, very good news for Europeans (which happens to include myself): we have the European Parliament on our sides when it comes to battling ACTA. If you may recall, ACTA is basically an attempt by the US to impose upon the rest of the world draconian measures like three strikes laws and the DMCA. All parties within the European Parliament have together put forth a resolution that would effectively tackle ACTA.
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RE[6]: Three strikes in the USA?
by boldingd on Wed 10th Mar 2010 16:42 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Three strikes in the USA?"
boldingd
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1). I'm not crying on anyone's shoulders.

2). This was the pertinent part of that post:

Our military is a benefit for you, not a threat.

Seriously. Really. You have your own military. I know. The U.S. is not competing with Europe, militarily. The U.S. is not using it's military to threaten Europe into accepting the ACTA. That was my point. The U.S. aren't the bad guys at the ACTA. The RIAA et. al. are. And they are not the U.S. government, or a representative body of its citizenry.

Edited 2010-03-10 16:42 UTC

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