If you are a supporter of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, the latest development will no doubt be infuriating.
It’s been noted that some countries aren’t huge fans of the TPP-11 plot. One of those countries, however, is warming to the idea.
We’ve been following the developments of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement for a while now. It seems that the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), is now focusing more on the agreement.
The 11 remaining countries involved in the TPP have agreed that they will try and bring the controversial agreement into force without the US.
While it still needs approval in the US, the White House has initiated the 90 day notice to renegotiate NAFTA.
The US may have killed the TPP, but that isn’t stopping some from making an attempt to resurrect the “trade” agreement anyway.
While many count the infamous Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement dead, it seems some countries are moving ahead with ratification anyway.
A major scandal is brewing in Australia. The Copyright Agency is accused of stealing $15 million in royalties and funnelling the money into a fund used for lobbying.
British parliamentarians have approved of Theresa May’s snap election. The question some may have is what will happen to the Digital Economy Bill?
There’s been talk off and on about the re-negotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Often overlooked are the digital rights issues that lurk beneath the surface.