President Barack Obama and his advisers have been in constant pursuit of making sure the United States is on the right side of intellectual property and other kinds of trade wars.
The U.S. has a long history of trying to use intellectual property rights as a weapon to defend its position in international trade and the Internet, and Obama has been pushing aggressively to make sure that U.K. law is on our side.
In his State of the Union address, Obama said that he will not tolerate countries that threaten to disrupt or shut down Internet access to countries with poor copyright laws.
This means that he wants U.N. Intellectual Property Office, an office of the U. Nations that protects intellectual property around the world, to be part of the process.
The Obama administration has also been pushing hard for the United Nations to take up intellectual property issues and help the U