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Canadian Foreign Affairs and Trade ACTA Consultation Report, 2008

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April 3, 2009

Received via the Canadian Access to Information Act by Prof. Michael Geist, this PDF is a draft copy of a 2008 Canadian ACTA Consultation report titled "Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Public Consultations Responses on the Proposed Anti-Counterfitting trade Agreement (ACTA)"

The document is not a leak, having been obtained under the AtIA, but is related to a number of previous leaks on ACTA released by Wikileaks. See for example ACTA trade agreement negotiation lacks transparency and
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Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
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