The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is an international treaty that threatens free speech and your privacy online. Imagine if your ISP could censor their networks, police what you did online, and with greater ease turn your information over to authorities. That's the danger that ACTA poses, and it's got to be stopped.
Access in October raised the red flag on ACTA, but the downfall of SOPA and PIPA has helped turn ACTA from a forgotten international treaty to the center of the fight for a free and open internet. Though several countries have already signed this treaty, the European Parliament still has to vote on its approval. If they vote NO, it will will totally dismantle ACTA and send it back to the drawing board. Sign the petition below, calling on the European Parliament to vote NO on this dangerous treaty.