Music Biz Says Trump’s U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement Falls Short on Content Protections

As President Donald Trump touted a revised trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada as a historic achievement, the music industry says it falls short of providing “modern copyright protections.” Mitch Glazier, president of the Recording Industry Association of America, zeroed in on the inclusion of a safe harbor provision in the proposed text of the new pact, meant to be an updated version of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Source: Music Biz Says Trump’s U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement Falls Short on Content Protections

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