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04.03.2010 Jetzt aktiv werden gegen ACTA: bis Montag EU-Parlament überzeugen

Logo von Stop-ACTA.infoEin Hilferuf von "La Quadrature du Net": jetzt aktiv werden gegen ACTA!

Ruft eure EU-Parlamentsvertreter an, schickt ihnen E-Mails und Faxe und fordert die Unterstützung der unten aufgeführten Erklärung! Bis Montag, 08.03.2010, muss das EU-Parlament überzeugt werden, sich gegen ACTA zu stellen!

Eine Liste der deutschen EU-Parlamentarier samt Kontaktdaten findet sich hier.

Eine deutsch-sprachige Info-Seite zu ACTA findet sich hier.

 

Der Text von La Quadrature du Net:

Help the European Parliament oppose ACTA

 

Four Members of the European Parliament - Zuzana Roithova (CZ, EPP), Stavros Lambrinidis (GR, S&D), Alexander Alvaro (DE, ALDE) and Françoise Castex (FR, S&D)- have submitted a written declaration opposing ACTA [1].

The written declaration will be open to signatures during the Strasbourg plenary session of March 8th. Then, there will be three months to obtain the signatures of the majority of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) for the declaration to be formally adopted by the Parliament.

"This written declaration rightly expresses concerns about democratic circumvention and the risks that ACTA represents for fundamental freedoms. It is a strong platform for citizens to act against ACTA and help protect the Internet. Every European citizen who loves the Net must contact the MEPs from his country and urge them to sign this written declaration." says Jérémie Zimmermann, spokesperson for citizen advocacy group La Quadrature du Net.

To find lists of MEPs by country, and contact information, go to Political Memory.

Written declaration on the lack of a transparent process and potentially objectionable content concerning the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA)

The European Parliament,

– having regard to Rule 123 of its Rules of Procedure,

A. Whereas the ongoing negotiations concerning the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
B. Whereas the co-decision role of the European Parliament in commercial matters and its access to negotiation documents guaranteed by the Lisbon Treaty,

1. Considers that the proposed agreement should not indirectly impose harmonisation of EU copyright, patent or trademark law. The principle of subsidiarity should be respected,
2. Declares that the Commission should immediately make all documents related to the ongoing negotiations publicly available.
3. Takes the view that the proposed agreement should not force limitations upon judicial due process nor weaken fundamental rights such as freedom of expression and the right to privacy.
4. Stresses that the evaluation of economic and innovation risks must take place prior to introducing criminal sanctions where civil measures are already in place.
5. Considers that Internet service providers should not bear liability for the data they transmit or host through their services to an extent that would imply prior surveillance or filtering of such data.
6. Points out that any measure aimed at strengthening powers for cross-border inspection and seizures of goods should not harm global access to legal, affordable and safe medicines.
7. Instructs its President to forward this declaration, together with the names of the signatories, to the Commission, the Council and the parliaments of the Member States.

  1. 1. more information about the Anti Counterfeiting Trade Agreement on http://laquadrature.net/ACTA


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Tags: #FsaMitteilung #ACTA #Anti-CounterfeitingTradeAgreement #threestrikes #Internetfilter #Internetzensur #Urheberrecht #Internetsperren #LaQuadraturedunet #EU #EU-Parlament #Europaparlament
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