MEPs: why we voted against ACTA court referral
IP owners are mistaken if they imagine yesterday’s decision by MEPs not to refer questions about ACTA to the EU’s top court reflected a softening in their position
MEPs have explained why they voted as they did, saying that they wanted to discuss – and vote on – the anti-counterfeiting deal without the delay from a referral.
Politicians on the European Parliament's International Trade Committee voted overwhelmingly not to support...
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