Austrian privacy campaign group claims MEPs copying from lobbying papers 'word for word'
MEPs vote no to controversial treaty
Controversial copyright and IP trade agreement faces final test
Data watchdog warns that ACTA would break European Convention on Human Rights
Committee suggests mandatory minimum jail sentences for cyber crimes in Europe
Following a majority vote against sending ACTA for legal scrutiny, the European Parliament's decision was welcomed by La Quadrature du Net
La Quadrature du Net says people need to lobby their MEPs to stop controversial agreement, which 'circumvents democracy'
ISPs say the legislation breaches EU human rights and privacy laws
Information Commissioner's Office will be able to fine companies heavily if they break the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations
Consumer Rights Directive will have minimal effect on UK consumers
Privacy International expert takes bite out of proposals to use browser settings to ensure websites get explicit consent from users before installing cookies
New directive does not appear to undermine stronger national powers
Charter to give people rights over data retention
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