Czech Government Suspends ACTA Ratification
Following Poland’s lead, the Czech Prime Minister, Petr Necas has announced that the government there will suspend the ACTA ratification process until the country has had more time to analyze the agreement. This follows a “wave of protests” across Europe, in which this agreement, that everyone assumed was going through with no questions asked, has suddenly generated significant public interest.
Unfortunately, it sounds like some of the protesters are still claiming things about ACTA that were removed ages ago … because misinformation like this makes it easier for countries like the Czech Republic to come back later and say that they’re still ratifying the document, because the complaints turned out not to be true.
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