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NAFTA IP proposal by U.S. seen as favoring content-industry approach

September 28, 2017 at 5:14 PM
OTTAWA -- The U.S. this week put forward a NAFTA proposal on intellectual property that could move away from Trans-Pacific Partnership language on "balance" and safe harbor liability protections -- suggesting that the Trump administration favors an approach the content industry has been seeking to advance, sources told Inside U.S. Trade . They added that the proposal U.S. negotiators tabled at the third round here includes "placeholder language" on safe harbor liability for internet service providers because the Office of...

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