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Dutch civil society expresses worries about anti-imitation treatment ACTA

Amsterdam, 16 August 2010. - A broad coalition of Dutch civil society organisations expresses its serious worries about the policymaking process and contents of the anti-imitation agreement ACTA. The negotiations about this international treatment take place for the most of it in secret. The organisations have sent an open letter to call upon the Dutch government to increase the transparency of the negotiations and reduce the scope of the proposed agreement.

The letter is written by a broad coalition of Dutch non-profit stakeholders in the knowledge society.

1. Bits of Freedom
2. Consumentenbond
3. FOBID
4. Free Knowledge Institute
5. HCC
6. Health Action International Europa
7. Internet Society Nederland
8. Kennisland
9. Nederlands Juristen Comité voor de Mensenrechten
10. Open Domein
11. Platform Burgerrechten
12. Privacy First
13. VrijBit
14. VrijSchrift

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