An attorney for Google slammed a controversial intellectual property treaty on Friday, saying it has “metastasized” from a proposal to address border security and counterfeit goods to an international legal framework sweeping in copyright and the Internet. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, or ACTA, is “something that has grown in the shadows, Gollum-like,” without public scrutiny, Daphne Keller, a senior policy counsel in Mountain View, Calif., said at a conference at Stanford University.
Google Attorney Slams ACTA Copyright Treaty
2010-05-09 Legal 3 Comments
That is the way you make people like your company.
You’re absolutely right! and especially a or companies not bowing to the NWO!
The corporations want to see the middle ages return.
Face it. We are all peons.
Oh, and the governments are run by the corporations.
Edited 2010-05-09 22:07 UTC