Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448 22 Jan 2012 #1Poland was planning to signg the ACTA anti-piracy pact later this week, but on Sunday morning hackers blocked the websites of Pres. Komorowski, Parliament, PMTusk and the Culture Ministry apparently in protetst. It would seem that preventing intellectual property theft, copyright violations and the flood of fake goods on the market should have universal support, but the Wikieaks-type creeps, free dowloaders and assorted plagiarists are screaming 'freedom of speech', bla-bla-bla. Anyway govt spox Graś later said this is still being discussed and no final deicson had been taken. Last week it seemed a foregone conclusion. Will Tusk back down and let the pirates have free rein again?