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On July 20, the call for comments on the Wassenaar Arrangement initially invoked by the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) came to a close. The new proposal would add to the list of controlled technology to include “systems, equipment, components, and software designed for the generation, operation or delivery of, or […]

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The call for comments on the Wassenaar Arrangement closed on Monday after multiple heavy-hitting tech experts and companies filed their responses, which included calls for amendments to the rules and total redactions or clarification. The Wassenaar Arrangement aims to control the export of various goods, software and information. Of particular concern to the tech industry, […]

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A consortium of international governments are working on an update to a nearly 18-year-old agreement in order to limit the export of various electronics security technologies. Citing sources familiar with the talks, The Financial Times says the UK government in particular wants to limit the movement of complex surveillance and hacking software and cryptography, as part […]

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