Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement negotiations

Peter Brett made this Freedom of Information request to Foreign and Commonwealth Office

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Dear Sir or Madam,

Please list the names of any Foreign Office officers involved in the ACTA negotiations and each of their roles in the negotiations. Additionally, please provide details of any other persons involved in the ACTA negotiations on behalf of the United Kingdom.

Please also provide any current draft(s) of the "Civil Enforcement", "Border Measures", "Criminal Enforcement", and "Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement in the Digital Environment" sections of ACTA.

Yours faithfully,

Peter Brett

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Dear Mr Brett

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request. It has been passed to the relevant section within the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to deal with. They will be in touch with you should your request need clarification.

We received your request on 05 November 2009 and will aim to respond within 20 working days.

Yours Sincerely

Mark Lowen
Information Management Group
Information Rights Team

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Foreign and Commonwealth Office

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Dear Mr Brett,

Please find attached, a reply to your Freedom of Information Request.


Oonagh Lewis

Global Economy Group
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
King Charles Street
London SW1A 2AH

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Tom Adams left an annotation ()

I think you should appeal this to the ICO.