Anti-Piracy Treaty Suffers Big Setback With EU Rejection
The Parliament's vote — 478 members against ACTA, 39 in favor and 165 abstaining — means Europe will stand aloof from the treaty, signed in October by the U.S., Canada, Japan and other nations.
"This essentially means that it's a very limited treaty at this point, with a very limited effect," said Harley Lewin of McCarter & English...
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