New laws proposed in the US to protect technology supply chains from espionage

Nicholas Fearn
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New law is intended to crack down on alleged espionage by China against US infrastructure and intellectual property

Two US senators have proposed new laws intended to combat what they claim is a rising security threat to technology supply chains posed by China.  Senators Mike Crapo and Mark Warner want the US...

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