Several tens of thousands of citizens from an estimated 200 cities in Europe went out in the streets on a cold 11 February 2012, in a massive pan-european protest against ACTA and to support digital civil rights. [EDRI]
In Budapest around a thousand protesters went in the streets in order to protest against ACTA agreement that was signed by the Hungarian administration along with other 22 EU administrations on January 26.
The protest was organized by the Hungarian Anonymous Group and Occupy Budapest, made its way past the Hungarian parliament and ended outside the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office. The demonstration was attended by many young people chanting slogans such as “Internet freedom!”, and “Copy right, Copy left!”, and holding placards proclaiming “Broadband or Death!” and “Stop ACTA!”. The peopel were wearing the Anonymos masks and holding various banners and transparencies. The march was accompanied by the political samba band Rhythms of Resistance and ended by a concert.
Here you can see some videos about the protest in Budapest: