Difference between revisions of "International agreements"

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There is a list of international agreements, concluded, abandoned, re-surrected, ... that touch on the dossiers that La Quadrature works on. Apart from the national legislative projects, and the European-wide projects, these international agreements can put in place mechanisms in favour or detrimental to citizen freedom.
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There is the beginning of a list of international agreements, concluded, abandoned or re-surrected that touch on LQDN dossiers, in particular copyirght and personal data. Apart from the national legislative projects, and the European-wide projects, these international agreements can put in place mechanisms in favour or detrimental to citizen freedom.
  
*[[ACTA]] - Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (rejected in 2006)
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*[[CETA]] - Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (negotiation finished in 2013)
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*[[GATS]] - General Agreement on Trade in Services (in force since 1995)
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*[[ACTA]] - Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (rejected by the European Parliament in 2006) between the US and the EU.
*[[TAFTA]] - Transatlantic Free Trade Agreement (also known as TTIP) (2013 - )
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*[[CETA]] - Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (negotiation finished in 2013) between Canada and the EU.
*[[TiSA]] - Trade in Services Agreement - (2013 -  
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*[[GATS]] - General Agreement on Trade in Services (in force since 1995) between WTO members.
*[[TRIPS]] - Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (in force since 1994 with GATT)
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*[[TAFTA]] - Transatlantic Free Trade Agreement (also known as TTIP) (2013 - ) between the US and the EU.
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*[[TiSA]] - Trade in Services Agreement - (2013 - ) between some WTO members.
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*[[TRIPS]] - Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (in force since 1994 with GATT) between TWO members.

Revision as of 12:50, 25 April 2014


There is the beginning of a list of international agreements, concluded, abandoned or re-surrected that touch on LQDN dossiers, in particular copyirght and personal data. Apart from the national legislative projects, and the European-wide projects, these international agreements can put in place mechanisms in favour or detrimental to citizen freedom.


  • ACTA - Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (rejected by the European Parliament in 2006) between the US and the EU.
  • CETA - Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (negotiation finished in 2013) between Canada and the EU.
  • GATS - General Agreement on Trade in Services (in force since 1995) between WTO members.
  • TAFTA - Transatlantic Free Trade Agreement (also known as TTIP) (2013 - ) between the US and the EU.
  • TiSA - Trade in Services Agreement - (2013 - ) between some WTO members.
  • TRIPS - Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (in force since 1994 with GATT) between TWO members.