Some notes -Only 5 of the 29 chapters are about trade - The others are about regulating the internet, labor, banking services, and health care. -Internet service providers have to collect information; they have to hand it over to companies under certain circumstances. -A little about regulating labor- What labor conditions can be applied, regulating whether you can favor a local industry. -Putting it in a treaty form with 14 other countries so it would be very hard to overturn even if we end up wanting to -Only Multinational companies get the right to sue the US government for expected losses. US companies would not have that right. Even in cases that are won the average paid defense per lawsuit is 10 million dollars - It isn't classified but Congressmen are only able to go into a room to look at it and hand over any notes that they take on it.