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+ - Australian parliament scared of ACTA?-> 1

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lhuiz writes "A committee of the Australian House of Representatives said in a report today that Australia would be wise not to rush into adopting ACTA. They feel they should take into account opposition in similar countries, like the EU. Oz has long been one of the countries most willing to extend protection of intellectual rights — if they start to stall, ACTA might not make it to 6 signatories. This would mean that ACTA will never be activated."
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