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Huawei Expects Continuing Problems With US Sanctions; Biden Hosts Supply Chain Summit

Huawei doesn’t expect to make rapid progress with President Joe Biden's administration on U.S. sanctions, Rotating Chairman Eric Xu told analysts Monday in a streamed presentation. Huawei faces challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, geopolitics and U.S. sanctions, Xu said…Subscribe to Read >>

Wash. Privacy Bill Faces Uncertain Fate as House Skips Vote

Washington state’s privacy bill might yet live despite appearing to miss a legislative deadline over the weekend. "The bill remains alive through the end of the Legislative Session," the bill's sponsor and Senate Technology Committee Chair Reuven Carlyle (D) tweeted…Subscribe to Read >>

Future NAB Head LeGeyt, Broadcasters Target Tech Platforms

NAB’s next president, Curtis LeGeyt, and the broadcasters who lead the trade group’s board blasted tech companies and called for legislation to protect local journalism, in a video discussion Monday for the virtual NAB Show. “Obviously these tech platforms have…Subscribe to Read >>

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Grassley, Wicker Open to Ideas From Possible FTC Pick Khan

Senate Judiciary Committee ranking member Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Commerce Committee ranking member Roger Wicker, R-Miss., are open to antitrust proposals from potential FTC nominee Lina Khan (see 2103120071), they told us this week. Khan’s antitrust views resulted in comparisons…Read More >>

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