A Swedish colleague sent around this link to a document on the 7th round of ACTA negotiations which originates from Swedish media.
Here is the meat:
The civil enforcement chapter was discussed very thoroughly. It was possible to agree additional language, but when entering into the detail of the different mechanisms (provisional measures, injunctions, calculation of damages) progress became slow due to the different technical concepts of each legal system.
“Due to lack of time, internet discussions could not be concluded.”
“Some progress on transparency, where parties agreed to update and improve the Joint Summary issued a few months ago in order to include the issues discussed in the last two rounds and to add a rebuttal of the main unjustified rumours circulating about ACTA (control of laptops, iPods at the border; compulsory “three-strike rule” for internet infringers, etc.). However, there is no agreement yet on the release of negotiating texts. NZ offered to organise a meeting of stakeholders during the next round.”