FCC Bans Authorizations for Devices That Pose National Security Threat

FCC Bans Equipment Authorizations For Chinese Telecommunications And Video Surveillance Equipment Deemed To Pose A Threat To National Security. New Rules Implement the Bipartisan Secure Equipment Act of 2021.

Under the new FCC rules cameras that are security risks will no longer be able to be imported or sold in the US.
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