Today marks the big Anti-ACTA day in Denmark and across the country in Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg people are hitting the streets to show their opposition to the subjugating legislative initiative. I am part of the Danish movement against ACTA, and have helped setup the demonstration today and act as spokesperson. To our great pleasure local media has really picked up the story and all the major news outlets in the northern part of the country are covering the story - so it's been a busy day of interviews leading up to the demo this afternoon:
DR P4 radio interview - listen here (in Danish).
Nordjyske newspaper article - read here (in Danish).
TV2-Nord news-segment - watch here (in Danish).
24Nordjyske news-segment - watch here (in Danish).
I will also do a short speech before the demonstration today - which starts at 15.00 at J. F. Kennedy Square in the center of Aalborg (just by the train station) and parade through the city with music and banners. Hope to see as many as possible there!
Read more about the Danish Anti-ACTA movement here - and if you're still not quite sure what ACTA really is, watch this movie: