Report: DOD efforts to counter China cyber threats require tougher export controls

By Rick Weber  
January 30, 2020 at 8:30 AM
A report by a bipartisan think tank on countering threats from China says Defense Department efforts could be bolstered by tougher technology export controls developed by a government-wide rulemaking process, a recommendation that underscores an ongoing regulatory debate prompted by a Commerce Department proposal. "To ensure U.S. technology does not enable China's malign behavior, the U.S. government should develop additional tools beyond existing restrictions on military exports," states a new report by the Center for a New American Security as...

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