THE JOURNAL OF EXPORT CONTROLS AND SANCTIONS

Issue 75, December 2018

Cyber-surveillance export control reform in the United States

Various factors suggest the US government may soon update US export controls on intrusion software, network surveillance systems, and intelligence-collection tools. Peter Lichtenbaum, David W. Addis..

  Various factors suggest the US government may soon update US export controls on intrusion software, network surveillance systems, and intelligence-collection tools. Peter Lichtenbaum, David W. Addis and Doron O. Hindin consider what may be forthcoming.   Based on recent US agency actions and statements, the US government is likely to update soon its export controls on intrusion software (including exploit research), network surveillance systems, and intelligence collection tools. Collectively, these items consist of equipment, software, and technologies designed to gain access to, surveil, and control third-party electronic devices. These highly effective tools are increasingly being used for nefarious purposes,...

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