New Trade Deal Provisions Give US Tech Firms Legal Shields


The Trump administration has begun inserting legal protections into trade agreements to shield online platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube from lawsuits. That move could help lock in America’s tech-friendly regulations around the world even as they are being questioned at home. The legal protections are included in the administration’s two biggest trade deals. One is the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement; the other is a pact with Japan. American negotiators have proposed including the language in other prospective deals as well.
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