Will Proposed Treaty Make Border Agents Copyright Cops? (Computerworld)

An Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) under quiet negotiation by several countries including the U.S and Canada is raising concern in some quarters after a leaked document, purportedly offering more details on the nascent agreement, was posted on the Internet. The document, titled “Discussion Paper on a Possible Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement” (download PDF), was posted last week by the Wikileaks whistle-blower Web site. The four-page document was apparently quietly provided to select lobbyists in the “intellectual property industry” late last year — but not, apparently, to public-interest organizations…

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