ACTA Update: European Parliament Spanks U.S.

On the heels of simmering discontent, the European Parliament not only overwhelmingly voted last week to condemn the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), but threatened legal action if the treaty somehow made it into the realm of law.
It joins a trade organization representing more than 1,700 European ISPs who’ve already gone on record against the proposed treaty.
Meanwhile, President Obama praised ACTA in a speech last week – right after Europe essentially told him to stuff it. This is “change we can believe in”?