TPP revealed: What the trade deal means for online copyright

By November 5, 2015 News

By Peter Sayer One month after signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, the U.S. and New Zealand governments have published the full trade treaty, including details of what ISPs must do to defend others’ copyrights.The deal sets out to reshape trade relations between countries including the U.S., Australia, Canada, Japan, Mexico, and New Zealand.[ Simon Phipps tells it like it is: Why software patents are evil. | Read Bill Snyder’s Tech’s Bottom Line blog for what the key business trends mean to you. ]Information and communications technology products are singled out for special attention, as are telecommunications services and Internet service providers. It’s not all about technology though: it also covers wine and spirits, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, organic foods and secret recipes for prepackaged foods and food additives.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here …read more

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