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Tech Giants Push Back Against China’s New Cyber Security Bill

Tech companies are pushing back against China’s controversial new cyber security bill that requires companies to share proprietary source code with Beijing. According to the Wall Street Journal, under the new regulations, China will require software companies, network-equipment manufacturers and other technology companies to disclose their source codes—the building blocks of computer programs—in order to […]

Microsoft, Intel, IBM Push Back on China Cybersecurity Rules

Tough new Chinese cybersecurity rules are providing a rare, behind-the-scenes look at a regulatory skirmish between U.S. technology companies and Beijing. China is moving to require software companies, network-equipment makers and other technology suppliers to disclose their proprietary source code, the core intellectual property running their software, to prove their products can’t be compromised by […]

US wants Sprint-SoftBank deal to avoid Chinese network equipment: WSJ

In order for the $20 billion acquisition of Sprint Nextel by Japan’s SoftBank to go ahead, the US government wants to oversee network equipment purchases in a bid to keep Huawei and ZTE products out of the nation’s infrastructure, reports The Wall Street Journal. Last year, a Congressional report labeled the two companies’ equipment as […]