Posted on February 27, 2010 by Simon Phipps
While this is all good, it is not sufficient as ACTA will address far more than just “graduated response”. This looks to me like a co-ordinated action by the Commissioners in response to obvious concern, to try to prevent the Parliament forcing their hand in the negotiations. It’s still important to get MEPs to sign the opposition text.
Goodbye, Tim – it has been fantastic and a privilege to work with you.
Decent free jazz track on Amazon.com (US customers only).
This is an excellent and on-target discussion on the ridiculous case where a lobbying organisation acting on behalf of BSA, RIAA, MPAA and others is able to direct the US government to discriminate against governments choosing to prefer open source software.
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