“We should be bolstering the rule of law and bolstering business certainty” says Professor Susan Aaronson in criticism of the US trade approach with China. Watch the full interview with Newsy here:
December 19, 2019
In what appears to be the Digital Trade & Data Governance Hub’s first cite on Wikipedia, an entry on “Data Regulation” referred to our homepage’s FAQ section to define macro-level data governance: to wit, “[o]n the macro level data governance refers to the governing of cross-border data flows by countries, and hence is more precisely called international data governance. This new field consists of ‘norms, principles and rules governing various types of data.’”
By Brendan Bordelon
Susan Ariel Aaronson makes comments on how the passage of the USMCA trade agreement would mean that Section 230 of the U.S. Communications Decency Act is unlikely to be amended any time soon.