Australian Senator Kate Lundy has posted a critique of ACTA, expressing concern about both its scope and secrecy. Lundy endorses the Wellington Declaration as a good standard to apply to any IP trade policy consideration.
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This weekend I had the opportunity to deliver a keynote address at PublicACTA, a full-day event on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement held in Wellington, New Zealand just in advance of the next round of ACTA talks that run all this week in the city. The event was a model to […]
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