On 11 February, activists fighting against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) are expected to take to the streets and show their disagreement with the international agreement that is believed to be a legal foundation for control of the internet, freedom of speech and online privacy.
ACTA has already been signed on behalf of the EU by the European Commission and is awaiting ratification in the European Parliament.
Some European political parties and Parliamentary groups ope...
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