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Can Trade Policies and Agreements Advance Internet Freedom?

Author: Project on Trade Agreements & Internet Governance, Elliott School for Intl. Affairs, George Washington Univ. [USA], Published on: 22 November 2012

December 6, 2012, 8:15-3:30 - Elliott School for International Affairs, 1957 E Street NW [Washington DC, USA. Topics include:]
- Can Policymakers Find Greater Coherence between Privacy, IPR [intellectual property rights], and Internet Freedom?...
- The Future of Internet Freedom:...A Human Rights Perspective...
- Overview of Project Findings: Can Trade Agreements Set Information Free? How the U.S., EU and Canada Use Trade Policy to Advance Human Rights
- New Ideas and Strategies to Bolster Internet Freedom and Online Trade
[Presenters from EU, Canadian Govt., Council of Europe, US State Dept.; eBay, Facebook; Electronic Frontier Foundation, Human Rights Watch, Global Network Initiative & other NGOs & academic institutions]

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