September 6, 2012
Imagine a software which reveals what has been copy-pasted and from where. This software exists, and it is called Pippi Longstrings.
And it’s been Beta-tested on a very sexy subject. While the future of ACTA looks dim after the European Parliament rejected it, a new agreement called CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement) is due to replace it.
Pippi Longstring has compared the two texts. Watch this.
To me, it looks like CETA is a counterfeit ACTA.
And read this excellent article written by my colleague Marc Hall: What lawmaking can learn from WikipediaGeorgi Gotev