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Michael Geist | The TPP's effort to regulate how Internet providers and hosts address allegations of copyright infringement presents is a major source of trouble.
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Daryn Caister | Green Majority Radio spoke to Jeff Mann, an artist who makes car parts into art and about TransCanada's lawsuit against the U.S. government for killing the Keystone XL pipeline.
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Michael Geist | The copyright term extension in the TPP will have major negative effects on Canada, chief among them restrictions to access, huge costs and no additional incentive for creativity.
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Michael Geist | The TPP will lock Canada into a "WIPO+" digital lock model that removes the ability to restore flexibility. In other words, the restrictive digital lock rules will be locked into Canadian law.
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Brent Patterson | During the federal election, Justin Trudeau promised to hold an open public debate in Parliament on the TPP. What we are getting so far from the Liberal government is quite different.
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Michael Geist | There are some major problems associated with the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal. Michael Geist plans to explain them all in his detailed series 'The trouble with the TPP'.
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Redeye Collective | The Council on Foreign Relations is the most influential think tank in the U.S. In a recent report, it says the U.S. should abandon attempts to integrate China, and instead seek to isolate it.
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Sujata Dey | While countries rush to sign trade deals such as CETA and the new Trans-Pacific Partnership, they cannot seem to get a binding climate change agreement. Why?
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Nora Loreto | Now that the dust has settled from the election, labour activists must figure out how to resist the TPP.
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Gerry Caplan | Opinion on the TPP is seriously split between the corporate and progressive worlds. What in the world are thoughtful Canadians to believe? What should Canada do?
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Brent Patterson | Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland and Foreign Minister Stephane Dion are now in Manila, the Philippines for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit.
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Yves Engler | While “free market” advocates trumpet increased competition the TPP significantly strengthens many “government imposed barriers” to free exchange