Letter Urges USTR To Set Aside Internet Prong of ACTA

CDT joined a group of public interest, library, and technology industry organizations yesterday in a letter urging the United States Trade Representative to set aside the controversial portion of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) negotiations focused on “Internet distribution and information technology.” These Internet provisions could touch on such hotly debated issues as the role of ISPs in policing the online behavior of subscribers, yet the lack of transparency regarding potential proposals has prevented technology and consumer interests from being able to provide meaningful input.

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