ACTA

A look at the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, from it's controversial proposal to its defeat in the European Parliament on July 4.

Computerworld UK blogger Glyn Moody also covered ACTA extensively in a series of updates and in his Open Enterprise blog.

ACTA News

#AskAnsip: Proposed EU digital chief to answer questions on Twitter

Only one of the EU's proposed digital commissioners seems to be prepared to answer questions on Twitter read more »

Analysts blast crappy Chromebooks reporting, defend platform's potential

But they dispute the possible impact on Microsoft's notebook dominance read more »

Obamacare exchanges hit by early technical glitches

High traffic volumes appear to have slowed many sites down read more »

Internet Society urges transparency in intellectual property discussions

The nonprofit group proposed a set of principles aimed at improving IP discussions read more »

EU copyright reform talks a waste of time, says digital rights group

Civil liberties group accuses EU Commission of trying to avoid copyright reform read more »

European Commission drops court challenge of ACTA legality

EU puts a stake in the anti-piracy treaty, which can 'no longer come back from the grave' read more »

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ACTA In Depth

ACTA Updates - The Glyn Moody blogs

The European Parliament looks set to kill ACTA. This series of blogs charts the issues and the campaign that has led to its likely demise read more »

How to prevent your domain name from being hijacked

Domain name hijacking can lead to loss of business and expose your customers to malware. Here's how to stop it. read more »

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ACTA Slideshows
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