the publication of means of disseminating information in an electronic or paper medium that is widely distributed and easily accessible to the general public; (i) information that identifies a work, performance or phonogram, the author of the work, the performer or manufacturer of the phonogram or the holder of a right in the work, performance or phonogram; or 3. No Contracting Party may provide more favourable treatment to a supplier of public telecommunications services or to a supplier of information services than to a similar supplier of the other Party, on the ground that the supplier receiving more favourable treatment is wholly or partly owned by the national government of the Party. . . .