January 27, 2012

ACTA protests erupt in Poland

It’s not every day parliamentary members identify themselves with a subversive Internet group. But that’s just what happened in Poland when lawmakers from the leftist party Palikot’s Movement covered their faces with Guy Fawkes masks, the look that has become shorthand for Anonymous.

A contentious fight broke out in parliament — and in the streets — over Poland's plans to sign the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA). Read more + video.

Washington Post

Read also,
Caught in the ACTA: More angry protests break out in Poland (video) - RT
Stop ACTA - Internet protest 2012 (video) - YouTube

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