I dag skriver jag i EUObserver om ACTA:
Since last spring, The European Union, the United States, Canada, Switzerland and Japan have been negotiating a new anti-online piracy treaty - the so called ACTA treaty. The process is characterised by extreme secrecy, and even though the negotiations could result in new, harsh file-sharing laws in member states it’s impossible for the media and for the public to participate in the discussion.
Protests from organizations and IT businesses have been ignored by the EU. Any member state that believes in openness should protest and demand that the European Commission makes public which new anti-file-sharing laws they are pushing for with a European mandate.