NO to ACTA flyer: diff
||The European Parliament rejected ACTA by a huge majority, today Wednesday 4th of July. Now, it is time to start a positive reform of copyright to adapt it to the digital era.
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The NO to ACTA flyer has been updated, please help us translate it. :)
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Source of version 1 of the flyer is available here in English, for reference:
(other languages are on the NO to ACTA flyer page).
Source of version 1.2 (current version) of the flyer in English is here:
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Differences between version 1 and version 1.2
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< Don't let a secret treaty < put our Internet < under control of major companies!
> We won't let this secret treaty > censor our Internet and > endanger our freedoms!
< Privatizing copyright repression by pushing Internet actors to control our communications and censor the network.
> Privatizing repression by pushing Internet companies to control our communications and censor the network in the name of an obsolete copyright regime.
< Criminal sanctions for cultural practices, targeting the means for non-commercial sharing. < < Setting in stone 15 years of “war against sharing” repressive schemes, preventing copyright reform in favour of the public and artists.
> Criminal sanctions for cultural practices, targeting technologies for non-commercial sharing and harming innovation. > > Setting in stone 15 years of failed repressive policies, preventing an urgent copyright reform in favour of the public and artists that would legalise not-for-profit sharing of culture.
< The European Parliament < still has a chance < to reject ACTA!
> Members of the European Parliament > still have a chance to reject ACTA!