[Wiltshire] Fwd: just in case
greg.browne at gmail.com
Thu Jul 5 08:47:04 UTC 2012
This was deemed necessary under the 2009 EU ECRIS e-Justice
initiatives European Council (2009/C 75/01). "At its meeting on 19 and
20 June 2008 the European Council welcomed the initiative to
‘progressively establish a uniform EU e-Justice portal by the end of
We are to have all our 'e-justice' databases linked up, so that
someone in the far corners of the EU can read what you have been up to
at any time, whenever they wish. Welcome to the new reality.
The 'ACTA set-back' will be seen as just that by the Commission, no
more than a temporary set-back.
On 5 July 2012 09:15, Lugo Teehalt <lugoteehalt at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Great news, though the 'keep watching the skies' lemma looks worrying.
> Needless to say the evil dead are currently running another thing through parliament:
> --- On Wed, 4/7/12, gordon <gordon.s1 at btinternet.com> wrote:
>> From: gordon <gordon.s1 at btinternet.com>
>> Subject: [Wiltshire] Fwd: just in case
>> To: wiltshire at mailman.lug.org.uk
>> Date: Wednesday, 4 July, 2012, 15:57
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: just in case
>> Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2012 16:48:31 +0200
>> From: Javier Ruiz <javier at openrightsgroup.org>
>> Reply-To: Stop ACTA Campaign <stopacta at lists.openrightsgroup.org>
>> To: stopacta at lists.openrightsgroup.org
>> someone hadn't heard...
>> we won!
>> > This Wednesday (4th July), the European Parliament
>> resoundingly voted against ACTA!
>> > *The vote was 478 against, 39 in favour, with 165
>> > This victory was thanks to *your continued pressure*
>> which helped ensure that at every step of the way Europeâs
>> representatives voted to reject the provisions within ACTA.
>> We know that MEPs have been inundated with emails and calls
>> from people who, just like you, have fought tirelessly in
>> the defence of democratic freedoms.
>> > Your persistence has paid off: *MEPs have listened and
>> stood up for democracy* â some of them doing so quite
>> literally in a moment of post-vote triumph, holding placards
>> reading â*Hello Democracy, Goodbye ACTA*.â
>> > Unwilling to let ACTA die, Commissioner Karel de Gucht
>> announced that, regardless of the Parliament's rejection,
>> the European Commission would wait for the ECJ's decision on
>> the treaty's compatibility with fundamental rights and
>> freedoms, before considering what to do next. This attempt
>> to delay this issue further and pull the wool over our eyes
>> will fail so long as the *Open Rights Group and activists
>> like you remain vigilant*.
>> > With more threats on the horizon like the âSnooper's
>> Charterâ now is the time to help ORG continue to*defend
>> democracy and digital rights by joining today*!
>> Javier Ruiz
>> javier at openrightsgroup.org
>> +44(0)7877 911 412
>> To all who helped, Regards Gordon.
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