ACTA Has Been Defeated!

05/07/2012 00:39

The European Parliament has voted against the controversial ACTA bill which was seeking to block the free flow of information on the internet. This is a huge victory for freedom fighters all over the world but there is still work that needs to be done. Two weeks ago Bill C-11 passed the House of Commons here in Canada and is on the way to the Senate so now is the time to follow the example of the Europeans and to put a stop to the provisions which seek to control the way that we send and receive information.

ACTA La Vista Baby: Internet Censorship Treaty Overwhelmingly Defeated:

Vote #446 on June 18th, 2012:

Bill C-11 passes Commons, allowing for U.S.-style copyright law:

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