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WikiLeaks reveals secret trade agreement that could crack down on web freedom

“The implications are staggering,” said the Electronic Frontier Foundation in a statement. “Computers and networks create, in the normal course of operation, temporary and ephemeral copies. Regulations on these sorts of copies, as described in the earlier leak, would interfere with basic technical operations and give rights holders an opportunity to sit on an essential choke point of the Internet.”

Thursday, November 14, 2013
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