ACTA supporters made a last-ditch attempt to save the controversial legislation in the last debate before it goes to a vote at European Parliament – by arguing the vote should be postponed. Meanwhile, most MEPs lambasted the proposed copyright law.
“ACTA is over. This farce is over,” proclaimed Niccolo Rinaldi from the Liberal ALDE party.
“ACTA is dead and now we are going to define what copyright should be,” chimed in left-winger Helmut Scholz.
Even hardline right-winger Marine le Pen joined a broad coalition that should secure the demise of the unpopular law in Wednesday’s vote. Continue reading
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