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European Parliament Kills Global Anti-piracy Accord Acta

The European Parliament on Wednesday declared its independence from a controversial global anti-piracy accord, rejecting the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.

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People power wins the day as MEPs reject global deal in copyright theft

The European Parliament has rejected a global agreement against copyright theft, handing a victory to protesters who say the legislation would punish people for sharing films and music online.

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Small Business Development Noic

THUNDER BAY, Ontario, December 17 2011 Greg Rickford, Member of Parliament for Kenora, on behalf of the Honourable Tony Clement, Minister for FedNor, today announced a Government of Canada investment of more than $772,000 in two projects to support small business development across Northern Ontario.

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Smith to draw fire on defence hostility

THE breakdown between the Defence Minister, Stephen Smith, and senior military brass will be targeted when Parliament resumes today, amid opposition claims his job has become untenable.

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Bill for commercial courts in monsoon session: Moily

New Delhi, May 7 A bill to set up specialised commercial benches in all high courts and another to protect the interests of the creators of literary works, cinema, music etc will be introduced in Parliament in its forthcoming Monsoon session, Law Minister M Veerappa Moily said today. (1 min ago)

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