by Mike Masnick
Wed, Nov 24th 2010 4:10pm
Despite serious concerns about the way ACTA was negotiated, as well as a declaration against ACTA, it appears that the EU Parliament has reversed course and more or less said that ACTA can move forward. This isn't really surprising, but at least suggests that the EU Parliament doesn't seem to understand what it's voting on half of the time, as it will flat out disagree with itself for no clear reason.
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