The New York Times endorsed a secretive trade agreement that the public can’t read – The Washington Post


The Obama administration is secretly negotiating a treaty that could have significant effects on domestic law.
Officially, it’s a “free trade” treaty among Pacific rim countries, but a section of the draft agreement leaked in 2011 suggested that it will require signers, including the United States, to make significant changes to copyright law and enforcement measures.

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