APR 30, 2019 | US
As Trade Talks Continue, China Is Unlikely to Yield on Control of Data
New York Times, April 30, 2019
By Ana Swanson
In other parts of the world, the tide is moving in the opposite direction, said Aaron Cooper, vice president of global policy at the Software Alliance, a trade group. In countries like India, Indonesia, Russia and Vietnam, governments are introducing regulations to ostensibly protect their citizens’ privacy and build domestic internet industries that will stymie the ability of American companies to provide services in those countries.
Original Posting: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/30/us/politics/china-trade-data-technology.html
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