Tag Archives: ACTA

Diarmaid Keane writes:

As you are aware, there is heated debate at the moment about the SOPA and PIPA bills in the U.S. and the possible introduction of similar legislation in Ireland. U.S. Embassy Dublin along with the Bureau of International Information Programs has organized an online debate on the subject of internet freedom and online piracy. The two speakers, Corynne McSherry and Richard Bennet both have in depth knowledge and experience on this subject and will be willing to answer any questions asked during the webcast.

 

 

The rain-sodden but defiant and good humoured march against Ireland’s Sopa this afternoon from the Garden of Remembrance, Parnell Square, Dublin, to Leinster House.

Add your pledge of support here.

(Paul Reynolds)
(Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)

You have not truly fought the ‘Man’ until you have stood outside the Garden of Remembrance on a Saturday in February.

It’s obligatory, dude.

Protest Against Acta And Sopa (Facebook)

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=citzRjwk-sQ&feature=player_embedded

Nicolas writes:

I think you should bring ACTA to your readers attention as it is the European version of SOPA/PIPA (internet wise anyway) and that the European parliament is going to vote on it shortly. Here’s a typo kinetic about it. It does sum it up pretty nicely.