No, the original article is correct. While the digits of pi do pass statistical tests for randomness, they are not truly random. If they were truly random, we would not be able to calculate them, by definition.
It is *possible* (even probable, I'd say) that it contains all possible digit sequences, but this is conjecture.
I suspect a fair number of people overseas are starting to view ACTA as an infringement on their national sovereignty. Once people start to perceive it as a form of US economic imperialism, they're gonna get rather pissed off...
Not only are they out of touch with reality, the very name of the organization is somewhat misleading. A fair number of people believe they are a branch of the government, instead of a lobbying organization.