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Uploaded on Feb 14, 2012
On saturday 11 February 2012, many thousand activists across European cities protested against the controversial ACTA treaty, which is seen as a threat to the free internet. In the international city of Geneva, hundreds of activists rallied through the streets, shouting messages about freedom of speech and giving out Anonymous fliers. The group also included elderly, and parents with children. After 2 hours of protesting, they were stopped by the police, who came with wagons, and threatened to take everybody's ID, for arrest, if the group wouldn't separate in 5 minutes.