Ari Giovenco

CLBR #260: IA’s Ari Giovenco on Digital Trade Under Trump

Internet Association’s Ari Giovenco on Digital Trade Under Trump Digital Trade 2017 Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) Signed February 4, 2016. Parties: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States (until 23 January 2017) and Vietnam. US withdrew January 13, 2017 Resources: Transpacific Partnership (TPP): Background Materials – Cyber Report (Apr.…

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Tech and Trump: What to Expect From the Trump Administration (Part 2: Commerce, Misc.)

Last Updated 1/22/17 What does the incoming Trump administration mean for tech and tech policy?  Part 1 addresses the Tech industry’s strained relations with the President-Elect and an analysis on changes in policy to expect at the Federal Trade Commission, Federal Communications Commission and the Justice Department. Part 2 below addresses how Trump’s policies toward China…

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TPP Background Update

Will the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement be on the agenda after the election?  Since we published our TPP Backgrounder, the Congressional Research Service has updated its research suggesting that the issue may still be very much alive. The new reports are below. TPP in Brief TPP Economic Implications TPP Strategic Implications  

Transpacific Partnership (TPP): Background Materials

Transpacific Partnership (TPP): Background Materials CLBR DISCUSSIONS Pro: Tami Overby, US Chamber of Commerce CON: Jeremy Malcolm, Electronic Frontier Founation (1) Text and Summary Full Text TPP is an expansion of the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (TPSEP or P4), which was signed by Brunei, Chile, New Zealand, and Singapore in 2005. Beginning in 2008, additional countries…