Prime Minister: Romania will not ratify ACTA in the current form

Newsroom 17/05/2012 | 13:14

Prime-minister Victor Ponta said Romania will not ratify ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) unless the European Parliament does not adopt modifications that guarantee the right to private life.

“We will not ratify it until the European Parliament brings modifications that ensure, as is right, the protection of intellectual property rights, but also that the right to private life is not breached. The moment when internet providers are allowed to go into my e-mail address, read my messages, this is something I do not wish for myself, and I do not wish on any Romanians,” said Ponta for the Antena3 Channel.

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Otilia Haraga

 

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