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"The Coming War Over Trade Data"

Axios, December 6, 2017

By Kim Hart and Sara Fischer

"Digital trade didn't exist two decades ago when [NAFTA] was first negotiated," said Kenneth Propp of the Business Software Alliance, which represents companies like IBM and Salesforce — whose bottom lines depend on the movement of data. "We need protection not only for source code but for software algorithms that are increasing importance in artificial intelligence, for example."


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