Στις 4 Ιουλίου 2012  θα γίνει η τελική ψηφοφορία του νομοσχεδίου ACTA στο Ευρωπαϊκό Κοινοβούλιο.

Μπορείτε κι εσείς να στείλετε ένα ευγενικό γράμμα διαμαρτυρίας εναντίον αυτού του νόμου

που περιορίζει την ελευθερία στο διαδίκτυο πρός όλους τους Ευρωβουλευτές

ΤΩΡΑ!

Μην ξεχνάτε πως οι γνώμη των πολιτών της ΕΕ λαμβάνεται σοβαρά υπ'  όψιν από πολλούς Ευρωβουλευτές,

μερικοί μάλιστα απαντούν αμέσως ΘΕΤΙΚΑ γιατί είναι γνώστες του θέματος

από τον ντόρο που έχει ΗΔΗ δημιουργηθεί γύρω από αυτό το πολύ σοβαρό θέμα.

 

Η ηλεκτρονική διεύθυνση με παραλήπτες ΟΛΑ τα μέλη του Ευρωκονοβουλίου είναι

και το γράμμα έχει  ως εξής:

 

ΤΙΤΛΟΣ    Please reject the ACTA treaty in plenary

 

Dear Member of the European Parliament,

As a citizen of Europe, I urge you to reject the ACTA treaty in the plenary session on July 2-5.

It is a treaty designed to curtail Europe’s civil liberties and our European sovereignty to benefit American corporations and foreign special interests. It is designed to lock out any and all necessary reforms of the copyright and patent structures to benefit European culture and innovation. It is designed in bad faith, in secret, to prevent the next generation of entrepreneurs from displacing the current kings of the hill with better products and services.

Europe should strive for being competitive, not for safeguarding old structures that are already obsolete, and we should be proud of our Enlightenment heritage of respecting civil liberties – no matter if they are exercised on- or offline.

Let the scheduled date of the vote, July 4, be a date when we celebrate Europe’s political independence from American special interests. We need to feel and establish that independence – and that dignity.

Sincerely,
[το όνομά σας]
[Ελλάδα]

P.S.: I have understood that some MEPs have voiced concerns that mails like this one would be part of an automated process, and even regarded it as a form of attack, in that sense. I want to underscore that this mail is not part of an automated process. I may be using a sample letter to voice my concerns, but the concerns are no less real just because I paste somebody else’s words for my concerns into my own e-mail program.

I am not an attack – I am a European voter, pleading for my representatives to represent me against US businesses. (For the technically inclined, the mail headers will show that the identical copies you may have received of this sample letter were all sent manually, one by one, by different people.)