At an exchange of views with the Committee of International Trade on 1 March, Rapporteur David Martin urged that the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) debate be focused on the facts surrounding the legislation, rather than myths. A problem with the text, said Martin, was what ACTA may do unintentionally because of the vagueness of the wording, thus leading to myths.
“Now some of you may say that a million people can't be wrong. But when it comes to this issue, I think i...
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