U.S. Senators Bernard Sanders and Sherrod Brown have written to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to ask the USPTO to examine ACTA to determine whether it is compliant with domestic U.S. legislation or if U.S. law will require amendment.
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While the MPAA characterizes the calls for ACTA transparency as a distraction, at least two U.S. Senators do not agree. Senators Bernie Sanders (I-VI) and Sherrod Brown (D-OH) have written to USTR, asking that the ACTA text be made public.
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