ACTA negotiators should look to China for real-world IP value

Iain Thomson
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Music company deals show duplicity over intellectual property, argues Iain Thomson

Real life examples in China show why ACTA is so flawed It is fitting that the corporate and government officials negotiating the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) are holding its latest round...

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