What is potentially concerning for the USA / Canada is that this move increases tesla's dominance in the charging space. Probably more to do with who Tesla lets in that the physical connector. Tesla's supercharger network is already dominant, and the addition of Ford (and Aptera when they start delivering cars) with full access will provide tesla with more funds to further expand the network. This will put any car brands that don't agree to tesla's terms to be granted supercharger access will be at a competitive disadvantage. I Imagine Ford & Aptera got OK deals as first mover's, but that Tesla will charge big $$ to any further brands that want to join.
The (distant) second biggest charging network - Electrify America - is 80% owned by Volkswagen so for American (and Korean, Japanese, Chinese(?)) automakers it's really just partnering with the lessor evil.
Fiat-Chrysler (Stellantis) and Honda have both been paying Tesla hundreds of millions of dollars for green credits to beat emissions fines in another example of strange bedfellows in the ev world.