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Google Approved to Use US-Taiwan Portion of PLCN

Google Set to Use US-Taiwan Undersea Cable By Chris Chang, Taiwan News April 9, 2020 TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved Google's plan to use a U.S.-Taiwan undersea telecommunications cable on Wednesday (April 9), but banned the section between the U.S. and Hong Kong. U.S. authorities allowed Google to operate [...]

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Attorney General Will Chair Committee to Review Foreign Participation in the U.S. Telecommunications Sector

Attorney General Will Chair Committee to Review Foreign Participation in the U.S. Telecommunications Sector United States Department of Justice Press Release April 7, 2020 Executive Order Formally Establishes Committee to Review Applications for FCC Licenses for National Security and Law Enforcement Concerns On Saturday, the President by Executive Order formally established an interagency committee to [...]

Submarine Fiber Risks From North Korea Nuclear Testing

Will North Korean Atmospheric Nuclear Testing Damage Submarine Fiber Optic Telecommunications? By Thomas Popik, George Baker, William Harris and Jordan Kearns March 19, 2018 If North Korea conducts atmospheric nuclear tests, could submarine telecommunication networks suffer permanent damage? Despite economic sanctions, the North Korean government proposes to test and stockpile nuclear weapons that cause an [...]