At a glance: what’s changed in the latest draft

James Nurton, London


The final ACTA draft released this week resolves a number of questions that were still in dispute when the previous draft was published last month

That "informal predicisional/deliberative draft", dated October 2, included a number of highlighted and italicised sections where some of the 37 negotiating parties had expressed reservations.

The most significant changes in the final draft are in section 5, which concerns enforcement in the digital environment:

• In paragraph 2 of that section, the statement: "Each Party's enforcement procedures shall apply to infringement of at least trademark and copyright or related rights over digital...


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