Don’t Be Blind-Sided By New Export Controls

By on November 29, 2018

November 29, 2018

Cutting edge technologies tend to outrun government controls. This means that in recent years many commercial technical innovations, as long as they were not designed for military application and did not involve encryption technology, could be exported without significant restrictions. But eventually the controls “catch up,” and that’s about to happen, says this post from Sheppard Mullin attorneys, for many of what the Commerce Departments’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) calls “emerging and foundational technologies.” They range from artificial intelligence and surveillance to advanced materials. This post delineates the industries that will be affected and what’s being proposed, and reminds interested parties that the comment period for these regulations will soon end.

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