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Bipartisan lawmakers, industry make competing cybersecurity claims in debate over export control criteria

February 04, 2019 |
Mariam Baksh
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Cybersecurity is the rope in an apparent tug of war between cyber leaders in Congress and industry over how to define criteria in a proposal on controlling the export of certain emerging and foundational technology in the interest of national security.

The related industries have been pulling for a narrow approach to applying potential export controls that doesn't encroach on commercial technologies. But lawmakers in the House and Senate argue that a decision on which technologies should be banned from...

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