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Michael Geist | Canada has recently passed new rules specifically designed to provide enhanced borer measure provisions for trademarks. If they TPP is raitfied, we'll have to change domestic law.
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Brent Patterson | A genuine public consultation should not be about disregarding (or ignoring) concerns being expressed, it should be about listening to those concerns.
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Scott Vrooman | The Liberals are "open to consulting" Canadians on TPP in the same sense you consult an alarm clock with a giant snooze button set for 6 a.m.
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Michael Geist | The U.S. is requiring Canada provide a report card every six months on its customs activities, meet on the issue whenever the U.S. demands, among other things.
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Michael Geist | Why did Canada fail to make digital inroads in TPP countries when most other countries did?
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Michael Geist | One of the TPP's selling points has been that it helps preserve and "open and free Internet." However, upon close examination, it doesn't advance the issue at all.
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What's Left Editors | The latest edition of What's Left This Week gives you: songs, trade, Sanders and more.
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Michael Geist | A closer look into the "benefits" from the e-commerce provisions in the TPP reveal they are pretty non-existent. Find out why here.
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Michael Geist | The TPP will destroy Canadian culture. How you ask? With its restrictions on policies to support the creation of Canadian content.
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Michael Geist | The Trouble with the TPP? Well one thing is it contradicts Canada's longstanding policy on Internet governance.
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Michael Geist | Canadian officials did not obtain an agreement that would extend privacy commitments, therefore, potentially leaving Canada caught in a privacy perfect storm.
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Michael Geist | Nearly all TPP countries have some form of anti-spam law. Yet, the TPP sets the bar far lower than necessary and may undermine penalties and enforcement powers.