Scholars Lobby Obama To Make International Agreement On Intellectual Property Public

“The deal, known as the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, according to many critics, favors big media at the expense of the general public. And the intellectual property accord, which Obama could sign by year’s end, has pretty much been hammered out in secret between the European Union, Japan, the United States and a few other international players, including Canada and Australia. Noticeably absent is China.”

Source: Wired 10/29/10