Just can’t sell any products
The United States is to amend its prohibitions on US companies doing business with China’s Huawei to allow them to work together on setting standards for next-generation 5G networks.
Huawei is not enough, there are Chinese spies everywhere
After targeting Huawei as the source of all its woes, the US defence community is now worried about China Telecom.
Microsoft may not get it after all
The US Department of Defense (DoD) is seeking court permission to reconsider certain aspects of its decision to award a $10 billion cloud computing contract to Microsoft.
Brexit means that Google can shift data to the US
Google is planning to move its British users’ accounts out of the control of European Union privacy regulators, placing them under US jurisdiction instead.
Stop hackers teaching AI to recognise the wrong people
The US Army has announced the development of software designed to prevent the compromise of facial recognition technology in military applications.
Hands off our manpads
The CIA has been putting in security flaws into US-made weapons so that they can be disabled if they fall into the wrong hands.
China has ordered that all foreign computer equipment and software be removed from government offices and public institutions within three years, in a move which will harm big US tech.
Kicking them in the exports to make them surrender to US forces
The US government may punish France for insisting that its huge tech companies pay a tiny amount of tax.
US trade war harms US electronics companies
American tech companies are getting the go-ahead to resume business with Chinese smartphone giant Huawei but it may be too late as the outfit has moved on and is seeing other people.
Just does not use them
The US Justice Department antitrust chief said that existent US antitrust laws were “flexible enough” to address the harm caused by technology companies, in the face of growing criticism that such laws cannot tackle tech monopolies.