"I can't imagine a scenario where the supply chain isn't disrupted." Those are the words of Patrick Moorhead, a veteran electronics industry analysts talking about the coronavirus crisis and how it will affect the production of the iPhone and other electronics.
In 2019, the U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and
Security ("BIS") entered into six settlement agreements
with companies (not including individuals) for export violations of
the Export Administration Regulations ("EAR").
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration plans to unveil efforts on Friday to crack down on counterfeit and pirated goods sold on major e-commerce sites and urge companies to do more to vet third-party sellers and increase self-policing efforts.
A trade deal signed with week between the US and China includes a commitment to curb the sale of counterfeit goods on online retail platforms.
Last spring, the Pentagon spent more than $165,000 on a set of sophisticated radio antennas for a contingent of elite Navy SEALs. Unfortunately, they were cheap knockoffs, courtesy of a California vendor apparently looking to secure some extra profit.
FAIR LAWN, NJ – A $525,000 settlement was reached to resolve allegations that a Fair Lawn-based business defrauded the federal government by providing counterfeit parts for a weapons system used by the U.S. Air Force, according to authorities.
The trade agreement signed Wednesday by President Donald Trump and China includes a provision to stanch the sale of counterfeit goods on e-commerce platforms like Amazon.
Semiconductor industry officials praised the signing of the phase one U.S.-China trade agreement on Wednesday after more than a year of economic tension between the two countries.
Amazon.com Inc is planning to give more data on counterfeit goods to law enforcement in a further crackdown on fakes listed on its e-commerce sites, a person familiar with the program told Reuters.
How do you know that the critical parts inside your servers and devices are not poor quality, read to fail at a crucial moment? Or, worse, hide malware with nefarious intentions like key-stroke logging, data theft, or sabotage?