ACTA: Polen setzt Ratifizierung aus

Protest wirkt: Polen legt Piraterieabkommen ACTA auf Eis

“Argumente der Netzgemeinde berechtigt” – Ratifizierung ausgesetzt

Die Gegner des internationalen Urheberrechtsabkommens ACTA feiern einen ersten Erfolg: Die polnische Regierung hat am Freitag die Ratifizierung des Vertragswerks ausgesetzt. (Standard, am 4. 2. 2012)

Weitere Kritik an Piraterieabkommen ACTA in Österreich

Proteste am 11. Februar – “ACTA bedeutet den Anfang vom Ende des Internets in der derzeitigen Form” (Standard, am 3. 2. 2012)

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