Trump administration confirms 'Do Not Buy' list of companies using Chinese and Russian software in their products

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US authorities now blacklisting tech companies products by source code origin

The US has been quietly working on a ‘Do Not Buy' list of companies that use software of Russian and Chinese origin, Ellen Lord, the under secretary in charge of procurement in the Department of De...

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