Last week I participated in a conference at American University, Washington College of Law called Beyond TRIPS: The Current Push for Greater International Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights. Webcasts of the two panels are available online (my panel on TRIPs and ACTA; a second panel on U.S. efforts to increase international IP enforcement).
My 20 minute talk was essentially an ACTA 101: when it started, what it involves, and what may lie ahead. I've taken a recording of the talk mixed with the slides and posted a video version of the talk on Blip.tv. It is embedded below: