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Industry group says imposing broad export controls on emerging tech will hurt U.S. cybersecurity

January 10, 2019 |
Mariam Baksh
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Efforts to protect national security by controlling foreigners' access to sensitive U.S. technology would more likely damage U.S. cyber defenses and endanger critical infrastructure, according to an industry group's comments submitted today to the Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security.

“It is the Coalition’s view that restrictive export controls on a broad swath of emerging computing technologies, including a broad range of AI solutions, quantum computing, and data analytics will have significant negative impacts on U.S. cybersecurity companies,” wrote...


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