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Deal or No Deal?: Japan ACTA Round Ends With Near Agreement

The Tokyo round of ACTA negotiations concluded earlier today with countries saying that they “resolved nearly all substantive issues and produced a consolidated and largely finalized text.”  Earlier reports from Reuters indicated that the latest round of ACTA negotiations in Tokyo, Japan has failed to produce an agreement.  That report […]

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October 1, 2010 16 comments News

ACTA Round 11 Begins: Locking Out Civil Society

As the latest round of ACTA negotiations begins in Japan, PIJIP posts on what appears to be a concerted effort to exclude civil society groups from the meeting.  PIJIP is not alone with their concern – Members of the European Parliament have written to Japanese officials to request an opportunity […]

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September 23, 2010 4 comments News

Next ACTA Round To Be Vice-Ministerial Level Meeting

The Japanese media is reporting that the next round of ACTA negotations in Tokyo will be a Vice-Ministerial level meeting, providing further confirmation that countries expect to conclude the agreement at the late September meeting.

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August 27, 2010 3 comments News

Next Rounds of ACTA Talks – DC and Japan

IP Justice reports that the next round of ACTA talks will occur later this month in Washington, to be followed by another round of talks in Japan in September.

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July 13, 2010 Comments are Disabled News

NTT To Impose Upload Broadband Limits

NTT, a leading Japanese ISP, plans to establish a new daily upload limit for subscribers.  The limit?  30 gigabytes per day.  There is no cap on downloads.

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June 25, 2008 6 comments News