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Protests and petitions: Help bury ACTA and TPP

10:00 PM on 02.09.2012 // Fraser Brown
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Despite the victory over SOPA, ACTA and TPP are still around and threatening internet freedom. Anti-ACTA protests have broken out in the EU and so far the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia have all pulled support from ACTA. To keep up this momentum protests have been organized across 200 cities and will occur tomorrow.

Fight For The Future is supporting tomorrow's protests by making a global petition and they have provided a map with all the protests, so if you want to attend one you'll know where to find it. ACTA has been around for a wee while, so I've already had a chance to make my views known to my representative, but I don't see the harm in me doing it again.




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