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1 Department of Commerce Seeking Comments on Export Controls for Surveillance Products, Software and Technologies
2 Export Controls
3 Commerce Department formally suspends most export license exceptions for Hong Kong
4 US Commerce Department authorizes standards activities with Huawei
5 Commerce Seeks Public Input on Export Controls for Advanced Surveillance Systems
6 BIS Considering New Export Restrictions on Facial Recognition Devices and Other Biometric Surveillance Equipment
7 Commerce Department adds 11 Chinese entities to the entity list
8 BIS Publishes Final Rule Suspending EAR License Exceptions for Hong Kong
9 US Imposes Sanctions on 11 Chinese Companies, Citing Human Rights Violations
10 BIS to Publish Rule Suspending License Exceptions for Hong Kong under Export Administration Regulations
11 Focus on China: New and Evolving International Risks
12 BIS's Expansion of Foreign Direct Product Rule Targeting Huawei
13 BIS Adds 11 Chinese Companies to Entity List in Response to Uyghur Treatment
14 US Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security Adding 33 Chinese Companies and Institutions to the Entity List
15 Commerce Adds Chinese Companies to Entity List and Implements Licensing Review Process for Certain Items Related to Treatment of Infectious Diseases
16 BIS Closes Loopholes for Huawei
17 U.S government asks for feedback on restricting biometrics exports to avoid human rights violations
18 Industry Faces Challenges Implementing Military Exports Rule
19 CIT Orders BIS to Reconsider and Further Explain Its Denial of US Importer's Section 232 Steel Exclusion Requests
20 Are export controls on China the new sanctions?
21 US Responds to Developments in Hong Kong With Sanctions, US Export Control Amendments
22 Cross-Border Compliance Update: June
23 Departments of State, Commerce, Homeland Security and the Treasury Caution Businesses Regarding Human Rights Abuses in Xinjiang
24 NeoPhotonics' Q2 revenue rises a more-than-expected 26% year-on-year
25 BIS Regulatory Agenda Includes New Mention of Emerging Tech Controls, de Minimis Changes
26 China and Hong Kong Sanctions & Export Control Round Up: The HKAA, E.O. 13936, Xinjiang sanctions, and Supply Chain Guidance
27 INSIGHT: Sanctions, Export Controls Actions Offer Road Map to Enforcement Trends
28 Commerce to Ban U.S. Business Involvement with Forced Labor, Detention Camps in China
29 United States – China Trade Conflict Escalates Following Hong Kong Unrest
30 United States: Trump Administration Revokes Preferential Treatment for Hong Kong and Authorizes Additional Hong Kong Sanctions
31 Bureau of Industry and Security Further Restricts Exports to Countries of Concern, Including China
32 High-level quality check: India needs to bring in a quality culture
33 US CIT Orders Commerce Depart to Explain JSW Steel Section 232 Exemption Denia
34 UK bans Huawei, starting with 5G, and Europe may follow
35 US sanctions policy 'on steroids': a legitimate tool or is Donald Trump using it for retribution?
36 United States: US Government Warns Businesses of Human Rights Risks in Supply Chain in Xinjiang, China
37 UK government announces full ban on Huawei 5G kit
38 Yet another federal procurement ban on Huawei and certain other Chinese telecom equipment and services
39 Pentagon identifies 20 'Communist Chinese military companies'
40 The 11 Sanctioned Chinese Companies: What They Sell, And To Whom They Sell It
41 Bureau of Industry and Security Imposes Significant Additional Restrictions on Exports to China, Russia, and Venezuela
42 BIS Releases Guidance on New Export Restrictions for Military End Use/Users in China, Russia and...
43 US Commerce Department Increases Scrutiny and Restrictions on Exports with Particular Focus on China, Russia and Venezuela
44 BIS Tightens Export Controls on National Security-Controlled Items: Focus on Diversion for Military End-Use in China, Russia and Venezuela
45 UK report on Russian cyber ops is out. Russia says it has no hackers. A look at the criminal-to-criminal economy.
46 Commerce Dept. Flags Chinese Textile Factories on Bad-Actors List
47 BIS announces three new rules that place significant restrictions on exports to China
48 Department of Commerce Regulatory Changes: Eliminating Export Exemptions and Increasing Compliance Obligations to Gain Insight into Trade Transactions
49 Commerce Department Announces New Export Control Restrictions on Chinese Company Huawei
50 U.S. Commerce Department Issues New Export Control Guidance for Companies Doing Business in China, Russia and Venezuela
51 New From BIS: Changes to EAR Direct Product Rule to Tighten Supply Chain for Certain Designated Entity List Organizations
52 New Commerce Department Rules Restrict US Exports to China and Other Countries
53 Commerce Department targets Huawei with additional export control restrictions
54 New Commerce Department FAQs Require Due Diligence by Exporters to Assess Chinese Military End Uses and Users
55 BIS Expands Restrictions on Exports to China, Russia, and Venezuela
56 Commerce Department’s New Export-Related Restrictions Inhibit Semiconductor Design by and Manufacturing for Huawei
57 BIS Amends Direct Product Rule To Target Huawei But Extends Huawei Temporary General License
58 BIS Expands Entity List Jurisdiction Covering Huawei and Affiliates
59 US Department of Commerce Imposes Further Restrictions Directed at Huawei
60 Effective Today
61 U.S. Department Of Commerce Imposes Immediate Export Controls On Artificial Intelligence Software Used To Automatically Detect And Identify Objects Remotely
62 Commerce Imposes New Export Control Restrictions on Huawei
63 US Commerce Department Authorizes the Release of Certain Technologies to Huawei Listed Entities in Standards-Development Activities
64 US Commerce Department Revises Export Controls on Huawei, Permits Some Sharing of Export Controlled Technology in Setting Standards for 5G and Other Technology
65 BIS Allows U.S. Companies To Work With Huawei On Standards
66 Commerce Announces New Rule to Facilitate US Companies' Involvement in Standard-Setting Bodies Including Huawei
67 New Export Control Restrictions on China, Russia, and Venezuela Take Effect
68 USA: Government extends Huawei temporary general license to 13 August 2020 and revises the EAR’s foreign-produced direct product rule to target Huawei’s acquisition of semiconductors
69 BIS Targets Huawei with Expanded License Requirement for Foreign-Produced Direct Products
70 Commerce Department Will Move Forward With More Stringent Export Controls for Certain Emerging Technologies
71 Two dozen overseas entities placed on restrictive US export control list
72 Commerce Addresses Huawei's Efforts to Undermine Entity List
73 First unilateral export control on AI software issued
74 BIS Sunsets License Exception Civil End Users (CIV)
75 BIS Preparing to Publish Emerging Tech Controls, Finalizing Internal Review of Foundational Tech ANPRM
76 BIS Adds 33 Chinese Entities To The Entity List, Citing Human Rights Abuses
77 United States: Commerce tightens restrictions on technology exports to countries of concern, in particular China, Russia and Venezuela
78 Bureau of Industry and Security Issues First "Emerging Technology" Control on Artificial Intelligence-Based Geospatial Imagery Software
79 BIS Issues New FAQs Regarding the Expansion of the Military End Use / Military End User Rule
80 US Commerce Department Gives Huawei Another 90-Day Pass
81 The Commerce Department Modifies “Direct Product Rule” To Restrict Transfers Of More Foreign-Made Items To Huawei
82 U.S. Commerce Department Imposes New License Requirements for Exports to China, Russia, and Venezuela
83 Commerce Announces EAR Rule Change to Further Target Huawei's Access to US Technologies
84 US
85 BIS Amends EAR's Nuclear-Related Categories for EEI Filing and Military End Users
86 US Government Adds 28 Chinese Entities Associated with Human Rights Violations and Abuses
87 US Department of Commerce Adds 28 Chinese Entities to the Entity List
88 US
89 Hong Kong: Re-exports of US-origin electronics, computers and telecommunications from Hong Kong
90 Everybody's Crying National Security, Just as Long as There's Business First
91 Old export regulations get a new use
92 BIS Eases Some Huawei-Related Technology Export Controls for Standards Development
93 BIS Postpones Annual Export Controls Conference Until 2021 | Husch Blackwell LLP
94 Do You Export to China, Russia, or Venezuela? Take Notice of New and Expanded BIS Rules
95 2019 BIS Enforcement Actions: Lessons For 2020 And Beyond
96 A First Step: BIS Eliminates Certain Hong Kong Export License Exceptions
97 BIS Issues FAQs Relating to the Military End Use/User Rules
98 US Increases Restrictions on Transactions with China
99 US tightens export controls for Russia, Yemen
100 Commerce Tightens Licensing Policy for US Exports to Russia and Yemen