The negotiating text of ACTA and many other documents, including even the lists of participants in the negotiations, are secret. The White House claims the secrecy is required as a matter of national security. But that does not mean the documents are off limits to everyone outside of the government. Hundreds of advisors, many of them corporate lobbyists, are considered “cleared advisors.” They have access to the ACTA documents. Who are these cleared advisors? They are the members of these 27 USTR advisory boards: http://www.ustr.gov/Who_We_Are/List_of_USTR_Advisory_Committees.html All members of the advisory boards can request access to classified ACTA documents. Below are the members of just four of the advisory boards, ITAC 15, 8, 10 and 3. More... What??? The MPAA is allowed to be an advisor? What a shocker!