State Department Touts Its Clean Network Program

A U.S. government agency publicizes a plan light on specifics but heavy on rhetoric to eliminate PRC equipment, services, and apps from U.S. systems.    The United States (U.S.) Department of State unveiled “[t]he Clean Network program...the Trump Administration’s comprehensive approach to safeguarding the nation’s assets including citizens’ privacy and companies’ most sensitive information from … Continue reading State Department Touts Its Clean Network Program

China Hearing

The extent of the PRC’s threat and options for countering its challenge, especially in the  realm of technology, were discussed by a Senate committee. First things first, if you would like to receive my Technology Policy Update, email me. You can find some of these Updates from 2019 and 2020 here. The Senate Foreign Relations … Continue reading China Hearing

Further Reading and Other Developments (17 July)

First things first, if you would like to receive my Technology Policy Update, email me. You can find some of these Updates from 2019 and 2020 here. Speaking of which, the Technology Policy Update is being published daily during the week, and here are the Other Developments and Further Reading from this week. Other Developments … Continue reading Further Reading and Other Developments (17 July)

Further Reading and Other Developments (6 June)

Other Developments First things first, if you would like to receive my Technology Policy Update, email me. You can find some of these Updates from 2019 and 2020 here. A number of tech trade groups are asking the House Appropriations Committee’s Commerce-Justice-Science Subcommittee “to direct the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to create … Continue reading Further Reading and Other Developments (6 June)