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The European Parliament showed some stones today and has thrown out the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) in a vote that ended with 478 votes against, and just 39 in favor.
The fight for internet freedom could be getting a little bit more defined; one group has created the Declaration of Internet Freedom, a bare-bones summary of their idea of 'digital rights.'
A large number of people are protesting in the streets all over Europe today, giving a real world voice against the signing of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.
Germany has announced that the country has postponed its vote on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, showing that ACTA is starting to lose support in the European territories.
The hacker group Anonymous is continuing to launch cyber attacks on various web sites around the world, with the newest victims being three Mexican government-based web sites.
In a strange twist, some lawmakers in Poland donned Guy Fawkes-styles masks, the same that have been used by Anonymous members, to protest the country's signing of ACTA.