As the next round of negotiations for ACTA begin -- with no clear statement on whether or not the results will be made public or kept secret again -- it's time for people to speak up about the problems with ACTA. We already highlighted a letter put together by a group of folks, who are heavily involved in these issues, but it would be good if more people weighed in on their own as well. Public Knowledge has set up a system to make it easy to let the Obama administration know your thoughts on ACTA. There is recommended text, but I highly recommend writing up your own thoughts in your own words. When people just reuse the same text, it makes it much easier for others to discount or discredit the effort.
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