Obama, Congress Butt Heads Over Push to Pass TPP

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) may not have a lot of signatories yet, but there’s already moves to streamline its ratification in some countries. In the US, Obama is pushing to have the TPP ratified before the end of the term. Meanwhile, Congressional leaders don’t see ratification being possible before Obama’s time is up.

Trudeau Intends on Signing the TPP – Obama

The media has often portrayed the Liberals as a party still looking over the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement (TPP) with no commitment. This in spite of signs that the Liberals have every intention of signing off on the agreement. In a press conference last week, US president Barack Obama made the Liberal position clearer by saying

Obama Mulling Executive Order to Get Cybersecurity Act of 2012 Passed?

It seemed like a crucial battle was won to stop the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 for a little while, but now reports are surfacing suggesting that Obama might simply sign an executive order to have his own version of either the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 (Senate version of the legislation) or CISPA (Cyber Intelligence Sharing

Obama Administration Demands Reinstatement of $1.5 Million Fine

It seemed that the $2,250 per infringing song has become the brand new standard in the US with regards to file-sharing. After the Jammie Thomas case and Joel Tenenbaum case pointed to this standard, it seemed as though the mystery of what the fines are has all but been decided. Apparently, $2,250 per infringement doesn’t