RIGA - A series of protests against the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting TradeAgreement (ACTA) have swept through the Baltic states, each drawing hundreds of people despite bitterly cold temperatures.“This trade agreement raises the intellectual property rights of authors over a number of fundamental human rights,” the organizers of the Lithuanian protests say on their Web site, www.stop-acta.lt.A total of six cities in the Baltics hosted protests, including the three capitals as well as Tartu in Estonia and Kaunas and Klaipeda in Lithuania. The Lithua...
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