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U.S. NAFTA consult targets CanCon, copyright, data rules

News | 06/27/2017 4:11 pm EDT

American companies and organizations took aim at Canadian cultural protections, the country’s copyright regime and expressed concern over any potential rules requiring domestic storage of data, when given the chance to provide feedback to their government on priorities to tackle in a renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

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