Good news is floating all around the European citizens -- Recently the European parliament has rejected ACTA in 478 to 39 vote, making the most controversial agreement to be thrown in the trash, at least for now.
ACTA is supposed to be more dangerously effective law - which ensure censorship on the internet which can be further governed by the country it is used in. It was supported by many government throughout the world before the massive protest by millions of people united throughout the world.
To pass in the 22 EU member states where it was signed, ACTA needed to be formally ratified by the European Parliament. Today's strong vote against ACTA means the agreement would have to be rewritten and significantly changed in order to be resubmitted for ratification.
However, the citizens of Europe must consider the fact that closing only one agreement by Government doesn't mean there will be no similar proposal which can be approved later.