On Tuesday, we reported on a resolution in the European Parliament that would force the disclosure of Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement negotiating texts to the Parliament and the public. The resolution also demands that the process not impose a “three-strikes” system for disconnecting the internet connections of those accused of copyright infringement, and demands that no personal searches be conducted at EU borders.

As expected, the vote took place Wednesday and the resolution was passed with 633 votes in favor, 13 against, and 16 abstentions.

If the ACTA negotiation process continues to exclude parliamentary groups like the European People’s Party, the Progressive Alliance of Socialists & Democrats, and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats, Parliament says it will bring a case before the Court of Justice.