The news just reported that the EU Commission on International Trade (INTA) issued a recommendation to the EU parliament to vote "no" on ACTA.
That's pretty much the final nail to the coffin of ACTA, as INTA was the 4th and most relevant commission to issue a recommendation to vote "no". The parliament usually votes along with the recommendations of the commissions (as the individual member often doesn't have to time to familiarize themselves with all the necessary details of the issue).
Of course the EU Parliament may still vote differently, as they have the final say on the issue, but that's quite unlikely. So for all that's worth, consider ACTA in its current form dead as of June 21st 2012.