A coalition of leading library, civil rights, and technology companies have written to the U.S. government to urge it to drop the Internet provisions from the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. With talks set to resume this week, Jamie Love reports that Canada has produced another secret document, Japan has developed an updated full ACTA draft, and that U.S. favours release of the draft this fall, though this is opposed by the European Union.
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