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Earlier this week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that would "direct the President to develop a strategy to eliminate American technologies capable of supporting undersea cables from falling into the hands of our adversaries."
In late February, a bipartisan group of members of the U.S. House of Representatives introduced legislation that would "limit foreign adversaries like China from accessing goods and technologies capable of supporting undersea cables and establishing agreements with allies and partners to do the same." That bill has now been
Invited by Taiwan's National Communications Commission (NCC), FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr paid a three-day visit to Taiwan, during which time he discussed cybersecurity and telecoms with Taiwan officials. This is the first time that an FCC Commissioner has visited Taiwan.
Starting on May 1, a set of new rules governing foreign-invested telecom companies came into effect. The new rules leave room for the government to lift the current cap on foreign investment in the sector, and to streamline the licensing procedure.