Infamous Anonymous hacked and made Copyrightalliance.org inaccessible to prove their stance on ACTA. The website of European Parliament and other governmental websites from EU were also poked by Hackers with no such report of inaccessibility.
But what is the future with ACTA for European tech industry seems to me very dark as experts calling it worse than SOPA and PIPA as it gives the internet service providers and regulators full authority to carry on any sort of investigation without taking privacy-breach issue into consideration. And, ACTA, cannot be repealed.
Twenty two (22) EU states have signed in the favor of ACTA with European Parliament to vote for it in June. Kader Arif who was the European Parliament’s independent monitor for ACTA resigned last day saying that public was not consulted before imposing ACTA and he himself is opposed to ACTA.