China’s security requirements for technology bought by banks, schools and transportation companies are a growing commercial barrier to U.S. manufacturers, trade groups said today.
Democrats crafting an overhaul of U.S. immigration laws are bringing a new approach to a long- stalled debate: giving a federal commission some power over the future flow of legal foreign workers.
Negotiations among dozens of nations aimed at eliminating duties on some electronic devices collapsed after China proposed excluding many items from the talks.
President Barack Obama’s plan to get utilities, banks and other essential services to bolster defenses against hackers will be filled with technical standards and guidance on responding to attacks.
Working in secret like the programs they’re reviewing, five men with high-level security clearances and ties to President Barack Obama will soon deliver a report that’s likely to reshape U.S. government surveillance.