Directors Guild Expresses Dismay Over USMCA’s Inclusion of ‘Safe Harbor’

The DGA issued a statement on Thursday saying that it was “deeply disappointed” that the trade deal includes the “safe harbor” language. The guild said that the provision “does nothing but provide a free pass from monetary liability to the world’s largest tech companies at the expense of our members and countless other middle class creative professionals across North America.

Source: DGA Expresses Dismay Over New U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Deal’s Inclusion Of Copyright “Safe Harbor”

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