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The arrests were carried out before President Xi Jinping’s U.S. visit and may have occurred to avoid sanctions.
Instead, the administration will try to persuade companies to help law enforcement still access data.
The ruling will affect more than 4,400 companies that rely on the pact to move data back and forth across the Atlantic to support trade and jobs.
James R. Clapper Jr. tells a Senate panel why punishing foreign governments wouldn’t be wise.
The agreement between Obama and Xi Jinping seeks to confront threats to economic and national security.
The accord comes as the U.S. was ready to impose sanctions on Chinese companies stealing American intellectual property.
Each possible technical solution to encryption brings its own problems, a working group finds.
Foreign governments are targeting lawmakers and staffers to obtain intelligence.
Officials at the White House are weighing whether to publicly reject a law requiring decryption of phones.
American and Chinese officials reached an agreement on several cybersecurity issues in a meeting last week.