5th July 2012: Andrew Brons has been quoted on Russia Today, along with the Front National leader Marine Le Pen, after they both voiced their criticism of the new proposed copyright law (ACTA) during a debate in the European Parliament yesterday.
The television channel reported:
"Marine le Pen had joined a broad coalition that should secure the demise of the unpopular law in Wednesday’s vote."
It then went on to say:
"The specific legal implications of ACTA have not been finalized, but among other concerns opponents fear that it will infringe on privacy, introducing surveillance techniques that would radically curb the freedom of the Internet.
“Imposing ACTA would mean that we would have the machinery – filters, content analyzers, monitors – that China has in order to control the Internet,” said Andrew Brons, a British National Party parliamentarian."
The complete news item can be found here.