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Saturday, July 07, 2012

Post-ACTA: declassified negotiation documents on criminal provisions

Immediately after the defeat of the notorious Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) in the European Parliament on 4th of July, it seems the institutions are quickly wrapping it up. Right on the next day, the Council of the European Union has declassfied the different (and still secret) negotiation versions of the ACTA criminal sanctions chapter (these fall under Council competence, whereas the Commission was in charge of the general trade provisions). A list in chronological order is provided below. Let's see if the Commission will also declassify the other chapters.

21 November 2008

3 December 2008

25 March 2009

9 October 2009

19 October 2009

29 October 2009

22 December 2009

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