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Speak out against ACTA


by Free Software Foundation Contributions
Published on Jun 19, 2008 12:55 PM

ACTA is a proposed enforcement treaty between United States, the European Community, Switzerland, Japan, Australia, the Republic of Korea, New Zealand and Mexico, with Canada set to join any day now.

ACTA’s official name is “Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement”, but
the term “counterfeiting” in this context is a distortion of the word
and a misrepresentation of the issues. Although the proposed treaty’s title might suggest that the agreement deals only with counterfeit physical goods (such as medicines), what little information has been made available publicly by negotiating governments about the content of the treaty makes it clear that it will have a far broader scope, and in particular, will deal with new tools targeting “Internet distribution and information technology”.

Please sign and share our firm, simple declaration against ACTA!

ACTA threatens free software

  1. It makes it more difficult to distribute free software: Without file sharing and P2P technologies like BitTorrent, distributing large amounts of free software becomes much harder, and more expensive. BitTorrent is a grassroots protocol that allows everyone to contribute to legally distributing free software.
  2. It will make it harder for users of free operating systems to play media: Consumers may no longer be able to buy media without DRM — and DRMed media cannot be played with free software.
  3. It increases the chances of getting your devices taken away: Portable media players that support free formats are less common than devices which support DRM, such as the iPod. Will this make them suspicious to border guards?
  4. It creates a culture of surveillance and suspicion, in which the freedom that is required to produce free software is seen as dangerous and threatening rather than creative, innovative, and exciting.

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