Computerworld: “After Congress’ report, what next for China’s tech firms?”

. . . Darren Hayes, the Computer Information Systems Program chair at Pace University, said the House report adds a new dimension to economic espionage, and could lead to new laws that impact Chinese investment in the U.S.

. . . Darren Hayes, the Computer Information Systems Program chair at Pace University, said the House report adds a new dimension to economic espionage, and could lead to new laws that impact Chinese investment in the U.S.

Hayes said there are already some federal agencies that won’t purchase some overseas telecom products because there are areas of memory that they can’t access and read the code.

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