EU rapporteur resigns over ACTA "manoeuvres"
The European Parliament’s rapporteur for the international anti-counterfeiting deal ACTA has resigned after the agreement was signed by the EU and a group of its member states
Representatives of the EU and 22 member states signed the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement yesterday in Tokyo, following approval from the European Parliament in November last year.
In a statement the rapporteur (French MEP Kadir Arif) criticised the ACTA negotiating process...
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