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1. US business interests, internet companies, and other stakeholders as represented by the US Chamber of Commerce.
2. Students and researchers interested in the European Union or on internet policy.
I wish to thank Dr. Shalini Venturelli of American University, Washington DC for her direction during this project; and Monica Chan, 2014 MPP Candidate at George Mason University for helpful comments which I incorporated in the final brief.
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