Czech Prime Minister said that before the adoption of ACTA, the bill requires careful study.
As the portal noviny.cz, the Czech Republic delayed the ratification of anti-piracy law ACTA. This was announced by Prime Minister Petr Necas of the state, saying that this bill should be carefully studied.
Note that the appearance of ACTA led to mass protests, as well as the cause of hackers who are not spared and the Czech Republic.
Necas said: “The government is in any case will not tolerate a situation where human rights are violated, as well as free access to information. Therefore, the Government intends to review the bill. We need to determine what impact it will have on real life. ”
The main purpose of the law of ACTA, which was signed by 22 countries at the end of January 2012, is to combat the spread of illegal content (music, movies, drugs, trendy clothing and electronics).
Note that hackers have recently carried out attacks on web-sites of the Czech government, associations copyright protection OSA and so on, to protest against the adoption of ACTA.
ACTA will operate in the Czech Republic only after the bill is ratified by Parliament. However, the law has caused some problems for a number of deputies.
In addition, ACTA discussions are also expected in the European Parliament.
Recall that yesterday the Prime Minister Donald Tusk also postponed the ratification of ACTA. The reason for this decision were the mass protests, as well as hacker attacks on government websites in Poland. Tusk said that before the adoption of the law should hold a broad discussion with the owners as well as with ordinary Internet users.