Bloomberg, Patricia Hurtado
A Russian-born chief executive officer who pleaded guilty to procuring
millions of dollars of sophisticated microelectronics for Russia,
including warfare defense systems used in fighter jets, was sentenced to
10 years in a U.S. prison.
In an attempt to crack down on Chinese-made counterfeit electronics,
Rep. Gene Green, D-TX, and Rep. Paul Cook, R-CA, introduced the Secure
E-waste Export and Recycling Act (SEERA) to the House of
National Defense, Sandra I. Erwin
Visibly frustrated leaders of the Senate
Armed Services Committee in 2011 lamented the “flood of counterfeit
electronic parts” gushing from China all the way into the U.S. defense
Two US lawmakers have introduced a national security bill in Congress
to stop flow of e-waste to China as it "regularly counterfeits"
electronics and puts these dangerous products back into the market.