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Representative Darrell Issa (CA-49) signed the Declaration of Internet Freedom, a broad online declaration that aims to keep the internet free and open. Issa, chairman of the House Oversight and... Read More
After European defeat, ACTA is down… but not out
July 04, 2012
The European Parliament has delivered a stunning defeat to the controversial anti-piracy treaty ACTA, voting it down by 478 votes to 39. But although campaigners are claiming victory and the proposals... Read More
Happy Independence Day: SOPA’s Cousin ACTA Fails To Make The Vote In Europe, But Is This Really The End?
July 04, 2012
A big day today for those who have been opposed to measures like SOPA that are aimed at stronger, government-imposed measures to define and prevent counterfeiting and copyright infringement on the... Read More
With Europe preparing for a big vote next week on ACTA , the sweeping online copyright and counterfeit trade treaty, today the UK regulator Ofcom set out a proposal for how large ISPs in this country... Read More
A global trade agreement on anti-piracy measures may need a re-think after the European Parliament was advised to vote against it. Read More
How to protect free speech online
June 16, 2012
As general counsel for Avvo, Josh King has responded to hundreds of lawsuit threats — all for activity that is soundly protected by the First Amendment. Here, King outlines three areas where he... Read More
Why it’s wrong to call copyright infringement “theft”
March 30, 2012
We've gotten used to the content industries arguing that what happens when people download or make copies is "theft." But using that term muddies the waters when it comes to what copyright is supposed... Read More
Why UK anti-piracy laws won’t spark SOPA-like protests
March 07, 2012
After the Court of Appeal in London told Britain's two biggest internet providers that they must abide with the controversial anti-piracy rules brought in by the Digital Economy Act, some experts... Read More
EU Will Refer ACTA To Highest European Court
February 22, 2012
The European Union says it will refer the controversial ACTA anti-piracy trade agreement to the institution's highest court, the European Court of Justice, to check whether it complies with the EU's... Read More
The ACTA Copyright Treaty and Why You Should Care
May 02, 2010
After years of secrecy, the eighth round of talks aimed at drafting an international treaty known as ACTA recently concluded and a version of the text was subsequently released to the public. But while... Read More
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