The government is secretly negotiating a global pact on copyright infringement that could force Internet service providers to hand over customer information without a court order. Called the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, or ACTA, it could well prove a nightmare for ordinary Canadians — turning border and other security guards into copyright cops who check laptops, iPods and even cellphones for “pirated” CDs and movies. Sure, it is wrong for artists and others to miss out on royalty payments. But average citizens swapping movies for free is far less a problem than having Big Brother implement new search-and-seizure rules — and prying into ones personal information….
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