Internet Censorship Goes Worldwide

Colin writes,

Why pass a law when you can pass a global treaty?

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) has been in the
works for several years, but back in October of last year they
completed a final draft.

Now that it appears SOPA and PIPA (internet censorship bills before
the U.S. Congress) appear to be stalled for the moment, they are
now going full steam ahead with ACTA.

ACTA appears to be just as bad for the internet, but goes a good
deal further than just the internet…

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One Response to “Internet Censorship Goes Worldwide”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, the BBC website is not offering comments on any of the highly topical issues unfolding in either Iran or global finance today. What they are allowing is comments on the new Martin Scorsese film though!

    This is all to common and reminds me of The Heist by Derren Brown, subtle cognitive suggestions that influence people without them being aware. In the next few weeks the sheeple will see the rise of PROTECT IP anti-piracy act.

    Coincidence!? I think not.

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