Digital GAP Act Passes in the House of Representatives - BORGEN
On Monday, May 20, the Digital Global Access Policy Act of 2019, known as the Digital GAP Act, passed in the House of Representatives. The act has since been received in the Senate and has an 86 percent chance of being enacted. If the Digital GAP Act passes in the Senate, it will be sent to the President to be signed into law.
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