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Anti Counterfeiting Trade AgreementBehind closed doors, trade officials from Europe, the U.S., Japan and other governments negotiated the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. It contains revolutionary norms for the enforcement of copyrights, trade mark rights, patents and other exclusive rights. Now our governments and Parliament representatives have their say. Please get involved.
- EU liberals seem ready to sacrifice our democracy
- FFII submission to Ombudsman consultation on openness in TTIP negotiations
- Who leaked about Juncker and Malmström fighting over ISDS?
- EU Parliament promises to better register its decisions
- 11 October action day against TTIP, CETA and TISA
- ISDS out?
- Steinbrück: Nobody knows what has been negotiated
- US PEC on Cross-Border Data Flows in TTIP and other FTA
- A license to spy – cross-border data flows in TTIP
- 121 scholars speak out against planned ISDS provisions in TTIP
- Encryption on the TTIP agenda
- Flawed Dutch government study on ISDS
Category Archives: Civil
A few years ago, an amendment making sure that parallel importation was not criminalised in the EU disappeared after it was adopted in the European Parliament. This summer, the Chairman of the International Trade committee (INTA), Mr Vital Moreira, rewrote … Continue reading
Pedro Velasco Martins, EU ACTA negotiator, today answered FFII’s 30 December 2010 questions on the initialling of ACTA. ACTA was initialed on 25 November 2010, through an electronic procedure. The Commission chief-negotiator initialled all the pages of the text, including … Continue reading