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Text of Urgent ACTA Communique

International Experts Find that Pending Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement Threatens Public Interests

American University Washington College of Law, Washington, DC (June 23 2010)

This statement reflects the conclusions reached at a meeting of over ninety academics, practitioners and public interest organizations from six continents gathered at American University Washington College of Law, June 16 to 18 2010. The meeting, convened by American University's Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property, was called to analyze the official text of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), released for the first time in April 2010. Negotiating parties released the text only after public criticism of the unusually closed process and widespread disquiet over the negotiations' presumed substance. See Wellington Declaration {1}, EU Resolution on Transparency and State of Play of the ACTA Negotiations {2}.

We find that the terms of the publicly released draft of ACTA threaten numerous public interests, including every concern specifically disclaimed {3} by negotiators.

* Negotiators claim ACTA will not interfere with citizens' fundamental rights and liberties; it will.

* They claim ACTA is consistent with the WTO Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS); it is not.

* They claim ACTA will not increase border searches or interfere with cross-border transit of legitimate generic medicines; it will.

* And they claim that ACTA does not require "graduated response" disconnections of people from the internet; however, the agreement strongly encourages such policies.

ACTA is the predictably deficient product of a deeply flawed process. What started as a relatively simple proposal to coordinate customs enforcement has transformed into a sweeping and complex new international intellectual property and internet regulation with grave consequences for the global economy and governments' ability to promote and protect the public interest.

Any agreement of this scope and consequence must be based on a broad and meaningful consultative process, in public, on the record and with open on-going access to proposed negotiating text and must reflect a full range of public interest concerns. As detailed below, this text fails to meet these standards.

Recognizing that the terms of the agreement are under further closed-door negotiation over a text we do not have access to, a fair reading of the April 2010 draft leads to our conclusion that ACTA is hostile to the public interest in at least seven critical areas of global public policy: fundamental rights and freedoms; internet governance; access to medicines; scope and nature of intellectual property law; international trade; international law and institutions; and democratic process.

The following specific comments are based on a review of the publicly released text which is highly bracketed and the conclusions are therefore tentative.


ACTA would authorize or encourage private and government enforcement measures that would curtail enjoyment of fundamental rights and liberties, including domestic and internationally protected human rights to health, privacy and the protection of personal data, free expression, education, cultural participation, and right to a fair legal process, including fair trial and presumptions of innocence.


ACTA would

* Encourage internet service providers to police the activities of internet users by holding internet providers responsible for the actions of subscribers, conditioning safe harbors on adopting policing policies, and by requiring parties to encourage cooperation between service providers and rights holders;

* Encourage this surveillance, and the potential for punitive disconnections by private actors, without adequate court oversight or due process;

* Globalize 'anti-circumvention' provisions which threaten innovation, competition, free (freedom-respecting) software, open access business models, interoperability, the enjoyment of user rights, and user choice;


ACTA would threaten global access to affordable medicines, including by:

* Authorizing customs authorities to seize goods in transit countries, even when they do not infringe any laws of the producing or importing countries;

* Implicating non-infringing active pharmaceutical ingredient suppliers whose materials may be used downstream in infringing products without their knowledge;

* Limiting key flexibilities on injunctions, including in patent cases, that are necessary for government use, for court-ordered royalties, and for innovation prizes and other policies that de-link cost of research and development from the price of products;

* Expanding its scope to patents in many areas of the agreement, which is an inappropriate subject of a counterfeiting policy.


ACTA would distort fundamental balances between the rights and interests of proprietors and users, including by

* introducing highly specific rights and remedies for rights holders without detailing correlative exceptions, limitations, and procedural safeguards for users;

* shifting enforcement burdens to public authorities and private intermediaries in ways that are likely to be more sensitive to proprietary concerns;

* requiring formula-driven assessment of damages, potentially unrelated to any proven harm or gain;

* omitting strong disincentives to abuse of enforcement processes by right holders;

* including rigid injunction, damages and heightened civil and criminal enforcement requirements that will restrict government flexibility, impede innovation and slow the development and diffusion of green technology;

* threaten the continuation or development of innovative public intererst exceptions, such as common law approaches to permitting copies of works by "authorization."


ACTA would raise barriers to the trade in knowledge imbedded goods, disproportionately harming developing countries dependent on imports and exports of essential goods. Specifically, ACTA will extend 'ex officio' and in transit border search and seizures to a broad range of "suspected" intellectual property infringements, even including alleged patent infringements involving complex questions of law and fact that are impossible to judge by custom authorities.


ACTA would conflict with a large number of existing international laws and processes. Specifically, ACTA contains provisions that:

* Conflict with the World Trade Organization Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) by allowing seizures based on the law "of the party providing the procedures" instead of "the country of importation" (TRIPS Article 52) and by failing to fully protect and incorporate key protections against abuse (for example Articles 41.1, 48.1, 48.2, 50.3, 53.1, 56), flexibilities to promote public interests (for example TRIPS Article 44.2), requirements for the proportionality of enforcement measures (for example Articles 46, 47), and provisions providing for balance between the interests of proprietors, consumers and the greater society (for example TRIPS Articles 1, 7, 8, 40, 41.2, 41.5, 54, 55, 58).

* Conflict with the WTO Doha Declaration on TRIPS and Public Health and World Health Assembly Resolution 61.21 by limiting the ability of countries to use the TRIPS flexibilities "to the full" to promote access to medicines;

* Undermine the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Development Agenda, particularly recommendation 45's commitment to "approach intellectual property enforcement in the context of broader societal interests and especially development-oriented concerns";

* Undermine the roles of WIPO and WTO by creating a new and redundant international administration.


ACTA alters traditional and constitutionally mandated law making processes by:

* Exporting and locking in controversial and problematic enforcement practices, foreclosing future legislative improvements in response to changes in technology or policy;

* Requiring substantive changes to laws of many countries without legislative process;

The process of ACTA's negotiation is fundamentally flawed. Specifically, the negotiations:

* Have not been conducted in public as are many multilateral negotiations;

* Have not been accompanied by evidence demonstrating the public policy problems sought to be addressed;

* Have proceeded under conditions that restrict public input to select stakeholders, held off-the-record and without access to the latest version of the rapidly changing text;

* Lack a balanced representation of stakeholders, especially from civil society.






Contact list for press interviews

Detailed explanation of issues in declaration

Section by section analysis of the ACTA text

Attendees of the Drafting Conference


Please send your name, organization, city and country to


EU Members of Parliament

Kader Arif
Socialists and Democrats (S&D)
Spokesperson, S&D Members of the International Trade Committee (INTA)

Jan Philipp Albrecht
Greens | European Free Alliance (EFA) Working Group on ACTA

Sandrine Belier
Greens | EFA Working Group on ACTA

Karima Delli
Greens | EFA Working Group on ACTA

Christian Engstrom
Greens | EFA Working Group on ACTA

Heidi Hautala
Greens | EFA Working Group on ACTA

Yannick Jadot
Greens | EFA Working Group on ACTA

Ska Keller
Greens | EFA Working Group on ACTA

Eva Lichtenberger
Greens / EFA Working Group on ACTA

Mariko Peters
Green Party, House of Representatives of the Netherlands
Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Defense, Europe, Media&Culture

Judith Sargentini
Greens / EFA Working Group on ACTA

Carl Schlyter
Greens | EFA Working Group on ACTA

Oriol Junqueras Vies
Greens | EFA Working Group on ACTA

Parliamentarians from Negotiating Countries

Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert
Member of Parliament
The Netherlands

Mariko Peters
Member of Parliament
The Netherlands

Martijn van Dam
Member of Parliament
The Netherlands
Academic Endorsements

Hal Abelson
Professor of Comp. Sci. and Engineering, MIT
Cambridge, MA

Antonio de la Piedra Abenojar
Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Andrew A. Adams
Professor Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan

Jack Allnutt
University of Manchester
Manchester, UK

Russell G. Almond
Associate Professor
Florida State University, College of Education
Tallahassee, FL

Tatiana Andia
Universidad de los Andes – Cider
Bogota, Columbia

Ruben Dario Gomez Arais
Professor National School of Public Health. University of Antioquia
Medellin, Colombia

Laurent Audouin
Assistant Professor
Universite Paris 11
Paris, France

Brook K. Baker
Northeastern University Law School / Health Global Access Project (NYC, Phila., DC)*
Boston, MA

Shamnad Basheer
Ministry of HRD Professor in IP Law
National University of Juridical Sciences
Kolkata, India

Adam C. Bell
Professor and Dean
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Canada

Ivana Bentes
Researcher and Professor
Communication and Director of School of Communication
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Gregor v. Bochmann
University of Ottawa
Ottawa, Canada

Annemarie Bridy
Associate Professor
University of Idaho College of Law
Moscow, ID

Dr. Ferran Izquierdo Brichs
Lecturer in International Relations
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Altafulla, Spain

Abbe Brown
Lecturer in Information Technology Law
University of Edinburgh
Scotland, UK

Kenneth Rochel de Camargo
Associate Professor, Social Medicine Institute
Rio de Janeiro State University
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

David Carlson
Dean, Library Affairs
Morris Library
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL

Michael A. Carrier
Professor of Law - Rutgers Law School
Camden, NJ

Michael Carroll
Professor of Law, Director of Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property
American University Washington College of Law
Washington, DC

Brian W. Carver
Assistant Professor
School of Information
UC Berkeley, CA

Q-Jin Choi, M.D.
Dept. of History of Medicine & Medical Humanities
Seoul National University College of Medicine
Seoul, South Korea

Margaret Chon
Associate Dean for Research and Centers
Seattle University School of Law
Seattle, WA

Richard Clawson
Postdoctoral Fellow
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Thuwal, KSA

Fatima Conti
Universidade Federal do Para – ICB
Belem, Brazil

Ray Corrigan
Open University
Oxford, UK

Joanne Csete
Associate Professor
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
New York, NY

Marcos Dantas
Prof. Dr. Escola de Comunicação da UFRJ
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Dion Dennis
Associate Professor
Department of Criminal Justice
Bridgewater State College
Bridgewater, MA

Alexander S. Dent
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
George Washington University
Washington, DC

Miguel Dias
Algarve's University
Faro, Portugal

JS Diaz
Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University
Cambridge, MA

Kevin Donovan
Student, School of Foreign Service
Georgetown University
Washington, DC

Peter Drahos
Director,Centre for the Governance of Knowledge and Development
Australian National University

Graham Dutfield
Professor of International Governance
University of Leeds School of Law
Leeds, UK

Nick Efford
University of Leeds
Leeds, UK

Guilhem Fabre
Professor, Universite Le Havre
Paris, France

Mark Federman,
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Alex Feerst
Center for Internet & Society, Stanford Law School
San Francisco, CA

Sean Flynn
Associate Director of Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property
American University Washington College of Law
Washington, DC

Michael Geist
Professor, University of Ottawa
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Shubha Ghosh
Vilas Research Associate & Professor of Law
University of Wisconsin Law School
Madison, WI

Henning Grosse Ruse - Khan
Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law
Munich, Germany

Eldar Haber
PhD Candidate
Zvi-Meitar center for advanced legal studies
Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Debora Halbert
Associate Professor of Political Science
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Manoa, Hawaii

Joseph Lorenzo Hall
ACCURATE Postdoctoral Research Associate, UC Berkeley School of Information
Berkeley, California

Bernard Hanson
Universite de Mons, Belgium

Sebastian Haunss
Political Scientist
University of Konstanz
Konstanz, Germany

Cynthia M. Ho
Vickrey Research Professor of Law
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Chicago, IL

Jeanette Hofmann
London School of Economics and Political Science
London, UK

Adam Holland
Boston University School of Law
Boston, MA

Monica Horten
PhD Candidate
Communications and Media Research Institute
University of Westminster, UK

Bernt Hugenholtz
Professor, University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Dan Hunter
Professor of Law & Director, Institute for Information Law & Policy
New York Law School
New York, NY

Tamir Israel
Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic
University of Ottawa
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Peter Jaszi
Professor, Faculty Director of the Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Clinic
American University Washington College of Law
Washington, DC

David R. Johnson
New York Law School
New York, NY

Eric E. Johnson
Assistant Professor of Law
University of North Dakota School of Law
Grand Forks, ND

Alexander Jones
Student, Georgia Tech
Atlanta, GA

Margot Kaminski
Yale Law School
New Haven, CN

Mark Kelly
Student, Carleton University
Ottawa, ON, Canada

Keechang Kim
Korea University Law School
Seoul, Korea

Bill Kirkpatrick
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication
Denison University, Granville, OH

Armando Kirwin
Student, University of Texas
Austin, TX

Martin Kretschmer
Professor of Information Jurisprudence
Bournemouth University, UK

Ross Lazarus
Associate Professor
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA

Nari Lee, LL.D (Kyushu)
Program Director
Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MIPLC)
München, Germany

Hervé Le Crosnier
Researcher and Teacher
University of Caen, France

France Lert
Senior Researcher
Universite Versailles
Saint-Quentin, France

Lawrence Lessig
Harvard Law School
Cambridge, Massachusetts

David Levine
Assistant Professor
Stanford Law School
Stanford, CA

Harry R. Lewis
Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University
Cambridge, MA

Jorge Machado
Professor of Public Policy Management
University of São Paulo, Brazil

Jonas Maebe, PhD
Ghent University
Ghent, Belgium

Alana Maurushat
Lecturer, Faculty of Law, The University of New South Wales
Deputy Director, Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre

Mark A. McCutcheon
Centre for Language and Literature
Athabasca University
Athabasca, Alberta, Canada

Mark McKenna
Associate Professor
Notre Dame Law School
Notre Dame, IN

Lisa McLaughlin
Associate Professor
Miami University-Ohio
Oxford, Ohio

Scott McLaughlin, Dr.
University of Huddersfield
Huddersfield, UK

Heloisa Gomes Medieros
Lawyer and Masters Student
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Santa Catarina, Brasil

Juan M. Medina, PhD. Candidate
International Law, Instituto Ortega y Gasset

Hiram Meléndez-Juarbe
Associate Professor
University of Puerto Rico Law School
San Juan, PR

Axel Metzger
Professor of Law. University of Hannover
Hannover, Germany

Gabriel J. Michael
Doctoral Student
George Washington University
Washington, DC

Danny Mittleman
Associate Professor
College of Computing and Digital Media
DePaul University
Chicago, IL

Michael R. Morris
Ph.D. Candidate
University of Edinburgh

Heather Morrison, PhD Candidate
Simon Fraser University School of Communication
Vancouver, Canada

Milton Mueller
Syracuse University School of Information Studies
Syracuse, NY

Charles Nesson
Weld Professor of Law, Founder, Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Harvard Law School
Cambridge, MA

ES Nwauche
Centre for African Legal Studies Port Harcourt Nigeria
Dong Suk Oh
Ajou University Law School
Democratic Legal Studies Association
Suwon City
Republic of Korea

Ville Oksanen
Lecturer and Researcher
Aalto University, Finland

Kevin Outterson
Associate Professor of Law & Co-Director of the Health Law Program
Boston University School of Law
Boston, MA

Claudia Padovani
Department of Political and Historical Studies
Univerity of Padova, Italy

Pedro Paranagua
Duke University
Durham, NC

Francisco Carpena Perez
Profesor Educacion Secundaria
Colegio Concertado "La Inmaculada"
Yecla, Spain

Varun Piplani, PhD Candidate
Georgetown University
Washington, DC

Rufus Pollock
Mead Fellow in Economics
Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
Cambridge, UK

James Popham, PhD Candidate
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Kenneth L. Port
Professor of Law and
Director, Intellectual Property Institute
William Mitchell College of Law
St. Paul, MN

Julien Rabier
Student, Université Paris II Panthéon Assas, Paris, France
Hafiz Aziz Rehman, PhD Candidate
Australian National University College of Law
Canberra, Australia

Witold Rakoczy
Senior Lecturer
AGH University of Science and Technology
Cracow, Poland

Paulo Rena
Law Scholar, Universidade de Brasilia
Brasilia, Brasil

Graham Reynolds
Professor, Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law
Halifax, Canada

Martine Courant Rife
Professor of Writing, Lansing Community College
Lansing, MI

Nagla Rizk
Associate Professor Economics Department
American University in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt

Natalia Romero
Delft University of Technology
Delft, Netherlands

Pam Samuelson
Professor of Law
UC Berkeley Law School
Berkeley, CA

Helene Scarna
Faculte de Pharmacie
Universite Claude Bernard Lyon
Lyon, France

Wendy Seltzer,
Senior Researcher
Berkman Center for Internet & Society
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA USA

Susan Sell
Professor of Political Science and Int'l Affairs, Director
George Washington University
Washington, DC

Xavier Seuba
Senior Lecturer in Public International Law
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Barcelona, Spain

Lea Bishop Shaver
Associate Research Scholar
Yale Law School
New Haven, CN

Aaron Shaw
Berkman Center for Internet and Society
arvard University
Cambridge, MA

Chen Shen
Student, Simon Fraser University
Vancouver, Canada

Jessica Silbey
Associate Professor of Law
Suffolk University Law School
Boston, MA

Alberto Cerda Silva
Professor in Law
University of Chile Law School
Santiago, Chile

Richard Smith
Professor, School of Communication
Simon Fraser University
Vancouver, BC, Canada

Andrew Snider
York University
Toronto, Canada

Christopher Jon Sprigman
Associate Professor of Law
University of Virginia School of Law
Charlottesville, Virginia

Elizabeth Stark
Yale University
New Haven, CN

Peter Suber
Berkman Fellow
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA

Samuel E. Trosow
Associate Professor
University of Western Ontario

Rebecca Tushnet
Georgetown Law
Washington, DC

Chris Tyler
Professor, Centre for Development of Open
Technology, School of Computer Studies, Seneca College
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

David Vaile, Executive Director
Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, University of New South Wales
Sydney, Australia

Annie Vinokur
Emeritus Professor of Economics
Universite Paris Ouest La Defense
Paris, France

Eric Von Hippel
Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management
Cambridge, MA

Ben Wagner
European University Institute
Fiesole, Italia

Kimberlee Weatherall
Lecturer in Law
University of Queensland
Queensland, Australia

Liana Weber Pereira
Law Academic
Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brasil

Sarah K. Wiant
Washington and Lee University School of Law
Lexington, VA

Jeremy Wickins MA, LLB,
University of Sheffield,
Sheffield, UK

Jisuk Woo, Ph.D., J.D.
Graduate School of Public Administration
Seoul National University
Seoul, Korea

Jonathan Worth
Senior Lecturer Coventry University, UK

Peter K. Yu
Kern Family Chair in Intellectual Property Law & Director
Drake University Law School
Des Moines, IO

Marc Zune
Professor of Comp. Sci. and Engineering
University of Louvain

Research Group on Public Policies for Access to Information
Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil

School of Communication of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Study Group on Copyright and Information, Federal University of Santa Catarina
Santa Catarina, Brasil

Civil Society Endorsements

Acción Internacional para la Salud
Lima, Peru

African Commons Project
South Africa

Ageia Densi
Córdoba, Argentina


Montreal, Canada

American Medical Student Association
Reston, VA

Article 19
London, UK

Asociación Civil Nodo Tau

Asociación de Internautas

Association for Progressive Communications
Melville, South Africa

Associazione Partito Pirata Italiano

Berne Declaration
Lausanne, Switzerland

Boston, MA

Brazilian Institute for Consumer Defense (IDEC)
São Paulo, Brasil

Bytes for All Pakistan

Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Toronto, ON, Canada

Paris, France

Center for Internet and Society
Bangalore, India

Center for Technology and Society (FGV Direito Rio)
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

CIPPIC, the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy & Public Interest Clinic
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Colorado Local's Emporium of Alternative Farms (LEAF)

Comunica-CH (Swiss Platform on Information Society)
Wolf Ludwig
Neuchatel, Switzerland
New York, NY

Consumers International
Kuala Lumpur

Corporate Europe Observatory
Brussels, Belgium

Cultural Action
Seoul, South Korea

Electronic Frontier Finland

Electronic Frontier Foundation
San Fransisco, CA

Electronic Frontier

Electronic Frontiers Australia Inc

Esfera Hacks Políticos
São Paulo, Brazil

European AIDS Treatment Group

European Digital Rights
Brussels, European Union

Evolved Development
New Zealand

Barcelona, Spain

Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Federación Médica Colombiana – Observamed
Bogota, Columbia

Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure e.V.
Berlin, Germany

Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA)
Quezon City, Philippines

Freedom Against Censorship Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand

Free Knowledge Institute
Barcelona, Spain

Free Knowledge Foundation
Madrid, Spain

Freedom for IP
Seattle, WA

German Business Ethics Network (DNWE)
Munich, Germany

GPOPAI (Institute)
Sao Paulo, Brasil

Health Action International (Europe, Africa, Asia - Pacific, and Global)*
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Health GAP (Global Access Project)
New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC

House of Digital Culture

IFARMA Foundation
Bogota, Colombia

Information & Culture Society for the Disabled Korean
Seoul, South Korea

Instituto Overmundo
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Intellectual Property Institute
William Mitchell College of Law
St. Paul, MN

Intellectual Property Left (IPLeft)
Seoul, South Korea

Interaction Law
Washington, DC

Interlink, Eindhoven, the Netherlands

International Association of IT Laywers

Internet Governance Project
Syracuse, NY

Internet Industry Association (Australia)

IP Justice
San Francisco, California

IT for Change
Bangalore, India

The Julia Group
Stockholm, Sweden

Knowledge Ecology International
Washington, DC

Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Kenya ICT Action Network

Korean Pharmacists for a Democratic Society
Seoul, South Korea

Korean Medical Action Groups for Health Rights
Seoul, South Korea

Korean Progress Network Jinbonet
Seoul, South Korea

Labor, Health, and Human Rights Development Center
Agege, Lagos, Nigeria

La Quadrature du Net

Les Verts, France

LOKOJ Institute
Dhaka, Bangladesh

Movimento Mega Não! (Mega no! Moviment)

Movimento ScambioEtico

National Research Officer
South African Municipal Workers' Union

New America Foundation, Open Technology Initiative
Washington, DC

New Mexico Local's Emporium of Alternative Farms (LEAF)

ONG Derechos Digitales
Santiago, Chile

Open Culture Foundation
Sydney, Australia

Open Rights Group

ORDU - Romanian Organization for User Rights

Orchuulga Foundation
Seattle, WA

Oxfam America

Panoptykon Foundation
Warszawa, Poland

Pirate Parties International
Brussels, Belgium

Pirate Party Australia

Pirate Party Austria

Pirate Party Brazil

Pirate Party Canada

Pirate Party Chile

Pirate Party Germany

Pirate Party Ireland

Pirate Party Netherlands

Pirate Party of New Zealand

Portuguese Pirate Party Portugal

Pirate Party UK

Pirate Party (Massachusetts, USA)
James O'Keefe, Co-Organizer

Programa LaNeta S.C., México

Proyecto BiblioFyL, Capital Federal
Bueno Aires, Argentina

Public Citizen
Washington, DC

Public Interest Advocacy Centre
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Public Knowledge
Washington, DC

Mag. Georg Markus Kainz, Chairman
Vienna, Austria

Red Mexicana de Accion frente al Libre Comercio (RMALC)

SaferNet Brazil
Salvador, Sao Paulo, Brasilia, Brazil

Sol Ut Press
Chicago, IL

Stopp ACTA
Vallorbe, Switzerland

Strawberrynet Foundation

Students for Free Culture

Tech Liberty NZ
New Zealand

Telecomix Netactivist Clusters

Transparência Hacker Community
São Paulo, Brazil

Treehouse Institute, United Kingdom

Union des Consommateurs, Montréal, Québec
Universities Allied for Essential Medicines

United States Pirate Party
Scottsdale, AZ


Vancouver Fair Copyright Coalition
Vancouver, BC, Canada

Vrijschrift / ScriptumLibre
Workum, Netherlands

Young Pirates Party



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Mark Akrigg, Founder, Project Gutenberg Canada, Toronto, Canada
Georges Aleth, Paris, France
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Patrik Alzen, Söderköping, Sweden
Jonathan Amesquita
Jeff Arnason
Pedro Augusto, Center for Techology and Society - Getulio Vargas Foundation
Davis M.J. Aurini, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Renata Avila, Creative Commons-Guatemala, Guatemala
Stephane Bakhos
Nicholas Baldwin, Rome, NY
Elizabeth Ball, Sidney, BC, Canada
Andrew Ball, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Daniel Ballard, Sequoia Counsel PC, Sacramento, CA
Paul Baracos, ICx - 360 Surveillance, Victoria BC, Canada
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Scott Barker
Arthur Barstad
Catherine Bell, Instructor, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA
Odile Benassy, Universite de Paris, France
Katrine Bennett, Tunbridge Wells, UK
Kelly Berger, Seattle, WA
Jens Best, Berlin, Germany
Michael Biggs, Waterloo, Ontario, CA
Max Bigras, San Luis Obispo, CA
Mats Björkenfeldt, Stockholm, Sweden
Fancois Blanchard
Jeremiah Blatz, New York, NY
David L. Blevins, Reston, VA
RD Bobbitt, North Carolina
Christopher Bodenlos, Easton
Jeroen Boer
Daniel Boulet, Loa Corporation, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Jamie Bowman
Jim Bracher
Chris Brand, New Westminster, BC, Canada
Patrick Brashers, Clay County Electric Cooperative Corp., Corning, AK
S.R. Braun, Dallas, TX
Jon Bremnes, OC & C Strategy Consultants, London, UK
Nick Briz
Beatrice Brociner, Marseille, France
Chantal Brodeur, Hamilton ON, Canada
Colin Broughton, Eleven Engineering, Inc. , Edmonton, AB, Canada
Toni Brown
Hugh Brown, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Terry Browning, UK
Steve Brudenell
Jan Buchmann, Zurich, Switzerland
Andreas Bummel, Committee for a Democratic United Nations, Germany
Thomas Burke, Ireland
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Lee Burt, Sacramento, CA
Randy Bush, Bainbridge Island, WA
Roberto Bustamante Vento, Centro peruano de estudios sociales
Rachelle C.
Robert Cailliau, Prevessin-Moens, France
Fátima Cambronero, Presidenta Ageia Densi, Córdoba, Argentina
Nuno Cardoso, International Coordinator of the Portuguese Pirate Party, Lisbon, Portugal
João Carlos Rebello Caribé, Social Media Consultant, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Koichi Kameda de Figueiredo Carvalho, Center for Technology and Society at Fundação Getulio Vargas
Cadence Lauren Case, Brooklyn, NY
Josh Casiano
Alejandro Casteleiro, Spain
Jay Chang, Philadelphia, PA
Olivier Charbonneau, Associate Librarian, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada
Todd Charron, Toronto, Canada
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Sebastien Chateau-Dutier, Le Mans, France
Alvin Y H Cheung, Hong Kong
Prudence Cho, American University Washington College of Law, Washington, DC
William Cibien
Kyle Clements, Canada
Jason Clemons, Raleigh, NC
Jason Cocking
Derrick Cogburn, Internet Governance Project, Syracuse, NY
Nick Coghlan
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