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An International Arms Pact Could Criminalize Legit Software
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An International Arms Pact Could Criminalize Legit Software

Skip Article Header. Skip to: Start of Article. The international arms pact known as the Wassenaar Arrangement was designed to control the spread of potentially dangerous hardware and tech to repressive regimes. But when it was amended in ... Wired News, 2 days ago
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Packet Storm

Google Is Furious Over The Wassenaar Arrangement

Reuters PicturesGoogle thinks the Wassenaar Arrangement will kill international security research Google has criticised proposed legislation that would let the US government control the export of security research and technologies, sayingit will ...
 Packet Storm1 month ago Google is furious about proposed changes to US rules on cyberweaponry that it thinks will backfire on web users  BusinessInsider.sg1 month ago Google: Wassenaar vulnerability rules 'dangerously vague' when clarity is crucial  ZDNet1 month ago Wassenaar Arrangement and vulnerable disclosures  Tech Republic1 month ago
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Google protests against US government's new legislation "Wassenaar Arrangement"

Google has protested against the proposed legislation changes in the Wassenaar Arrangement that would let the US government control the export of security research and technologies. Google's legal team member Neil Martin, and Tim Willis, Hacker ...
 E Hacking News1 month ago A tiny change to this obscure arms dealing agreement could kill the cyber security industry  Business Insider1 month ago
SearchSecurity.com

U.S. Dept. of Commerce drafting new Wassenaar rules

The proposed Wassenaar Arrangement export control rules for cybersecurity software drew fierce criticism from big companies, and now the U.S. Department of Commerce has said it will draft new rules because of the public comments on the matter. ...
 SearchSecurity.com1 month ago Security pros issue comments before Wassenaar Arrangement deadline  SC Magazine US1 month ago Google comments on controversial Wassenaar Arrangement  TalkAndroid.com1 month ago Wassenaar Arrangement comment period ends  SearchSecurity.com1 month ago
Threatpost

Stakeholders Argue Against Restrictive Wassennaar Proposal

The commenting period regarding the Wassenaar Arrangementexpired on Monday but the echo chamber around the largely maligned proposal continues to reverberate. Several stakeholders implicated in the proposal added their voices to that chamber on ...
 Threatpost1 month ago US will revise Wassenaar pact changes  Net Security1 month ago Proposed Wassenaar pact changes will harm cyber defenders instead of attackers  Net Security1 month ago America's tweaks to weapons trade pact 'will make web less secure'  The Register1 month ago
Forensic Magazine

Wassenaar Arrangement Goes Back to the Drawing Board

The US government has decided to bin its controversial proposals for restrictions on the export of intrusion software and start again. After a meeting with industry stakeholders yesterday, a Commerce department spokesman hinted that the decision ...
 Infosecurity Today1 month ago

Google Calls For Urgent Changes to Wassenaar Arrangement

Google has slammed proposals for the extension of a controversial trade pact designed to control the export of hacking tools, claiming it will negatively impact the security research community. Export compliance counsel, Neil Martin, and hacker ...
 Infosecurity Today1 month ago Google says controversial export proposal would make the world 'less secure'  The Verge1 month ago

The US is rewriting its controversial zero-day export policy

For two months, security researchers have been fighting known as the Wassenaar Arrangement — and now it looks like they may have won a crucial battle in that fight. , a Commerce Department representative said the agency's Wassenaar-inspired export ...
 The Verge1 month ago

Comment on BIS Proposed Rule on Wassenaar Arrangement

Washington, D.C. - Today, the Internet Association called for revisions to proposed Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) rules that would make it more difficult for Internet companies to improve network security. In public comments submitted to the ...
 Noodls1 month ago Comments on BIS Wassenaar Proposed Rule  CERT1 month ago Proposed cybersecurity export rule  Lexology1 month ago The Baby and the Bathwater: The Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) Intrusion and Surveillance Software Export Licensing Proposal  JD Supra1 month ago
ArsTechnica

Student claims Wassenaar Arrangement prevents him from publishing dissertation

Grant Willcox, a student studying ethical hacking at the University of Northumbria in the UK, is claiming that the Wassenaar Arrangement, an arms control treaty that was expanded last year to prohibit the export of various kinds of software exploit ...
 ArsTechnica2 months ago Export control laws force student to censor infosec research  The Register2 months ago
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