European Parliament rejects ACTA copyright treaty by 478 votes to 39

The parliament followed the recommendations of five of its committees that had examined the treaty.

Members of the European Parliament rejected the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement on Wednesday by 478 votes to 39.

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