To follow up on the post I made earlier this week, ACTA’s (Anti-counterfeiting Trade Agreement) text was released yesterday. There’s already a lot of commentary out there on the web. Consensus seems to be that not much has changed. For a good portal to find some of the interesting comments, you might use Michael Geist’s collection or even read his take.
One of the most notable things about the official release of this text is that, according to Geist:
Unlike the earlier leaked version which provided specific attribution to country positions, this official version has removed references to those positions, so the text does not state who supports which version of the text.