The Canadian Press reports that Spain's ambassador to Canada has identified intellectual property rights as a key stumbling block to a Canada – EU Trade Agreement.
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June 7, 2010
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I’ve had enough of them.
The Europeans won’t be happy until there’s squadrons of goose-stepping mounties going door to door, rounding up the neighborhood kids for “correction”.
So, I guess the US is ratcheting up the pressure, and using their “sock puppets” to try and force Canada in to a MAD EIN USA IP system, a CDMCA, or Canadian Digital Millennium Copyright Act!
… just ask him how this goes with Spanish justice which has decided otherwise: