On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of Europeans across the continent protested an international trade agreement which could cripple internet freedom, jeopardize civil liberties and stifle technological innovation. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) attempts to protect intellectual property rights. But opponents say it forces private companies to police cyber-traffic, and it’s meeting stiff disapproval just as the SOPA and PIPA measures did in the U.S.
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