The US’ trade secrets demands and what they mean for journos

Rimmer, Matthew (2013) The US’ trade secrets demands and what they mean for journos. Crikey.

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Leaked Trans-Pacific Partnership documents show the US is pushing for unprecedented penalties for those (like journalists) who expose trade secrets. Will Australia go along with the proposal?

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Deposited On: 17 Aug 2015 03:41
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