Several Members of the European Parliament have written to the Article 29 Working Party to obtain an expert opinion on ACTA’s privacy and data protection implications.
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The EU Article 29 Working Party, which addresses privacy issues in Europe, has placed ACTA on its agenda for its next meeting on July 12-13, 2010.
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