Australia To Hold Three ACTA Briefings, Canada Still MIA

The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has announced plans for three information sessions on the ACTA text in Canberra, Sydney, and Melbourne.  Canadian officials have yet to provide any public briefings.


  1. Maybe hoping it will all just go away?

  2. Laurel L. Russwurm says:

    If Canada chooses not to sign ACTA, there wouldn’t be any need for public briefings.

  3. Kevin Beckford says:

    We are following the Aussies?
    We are following the great firewall of oz people about internet rights? That’s what we’re doing? We used to be as free as Germany, especially internet wise. We should aim for that. It’s facilitation of peer to peer communication, and our formerly progressive copyright laws have made a noticeable difference in our political life from 2002-now than pre 2002 ( 2001 is when I began to care greatly about politics )