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Dutch Government Ministers Renew Call for ACTA Transparency

The Dutch Ministers of Justice and Economic Affairs have renewed their call for ACTA transparency, expressing disappointment in the recent decision not to release the latest text (which leaked days later).

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July 21, 2010 Comments are Disabled News

Dutch Government Launches Public Domain Site for Gov Docs

The Dutch government has launched a new website that uses a public domain license as its default. The site will eventually replace all sites maintained by the government.

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April 1, 2010 Comments are Disabled News

Official ACTA Responses Begin To Mount

As public outrage over ACTA mounts, there have been a series of official responses to questions posed by legislators or raised through access to information requests.  In addition to yesterday's statement from International Trade Minister Peter Van Loan's office confirming Canada's support of release of the ACTA text, recent documents […]

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March 18, 2010 4 comments News

Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs Calls for ACTA Transparency

The Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs Van der Hoeven has issued a release calling for ACTA transparency.  Van der Hoeven adds that a three-strikes system is unacceptable.

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March 2, 2010 Comments are Disabled News

Dutch Study Finds File Sharing Provides Positive Economic Impact

Slashdot points to a new Dutch study that finds that file sharing has positive economic effect on social welfare. The study, completed by several independent groups on behalf of the Dutch Ministries of Education, Economic Affairs, and Justice, acknowledges that file sharing may lead to some reduced sales for some […]

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January 19, 2009 2 comments News