China Says FCC Can Mitigate Device Risk With Cyber Regime

By Kelcee Griffis (September 22, 2021, 9:13 PM EDT) -- Chinese manufacturers and the Chinese government are asking the Federal Communications Commission to forgo plans for a blanket ban on products made in countries that have been deemed a national security threat and instead craft a more narrowly focused compliance regime aimed at addressing U.S. national security concerns.

In comments posted to the FCC's website Tuesday, network equipment producer Huawei, radio maker Hytera and video surveillance companies Hikvision and Dahua slammed the commission for seeking to ban manufacturers based on country of origin and passing over the option of implementing technical safeguards that could address security concerns.

"The proposed rules ... are...

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