Seven Secret ACTA documents from 2008

A KEI FOIA request for these seven documents was denied on the grounds of national security. (Links to March 2009 news storied about this here). You decide if these seven documents present a risk to the national security of the United States, or if the White House has been misusing the national security exception to avoid a public debate on public policy issues relating to the enforcement of intellectual property rights:

The original source of all seven documents was the Council of Europe, which distributed the documents to various corporate lobbyists in Europe.

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EU_comments_on_Border_Measures.pdf117.8 KB
EU_Comments_on_Civil_enforcement.pdf124.9 KB
Summary_of_Comments_on_Border_Measures.pdf125.43 KB
US_paper_on_general_definitions.pdf80.54 KB
Non_paper_on_Institutional_Issues.pdf94.83 KB
Draft_proposal_on penal_measures.pdf96.54 KB
Summary_of_comments_on_civil_enforcement.pdf505.31 KB