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WHAT COUNTRIES AND COMPANIES CAN DO WHEN TRADE AND CYBERSECURITY OVERLAP

by Stuart Madnick, Simon Johnson, and Keman Huang

Cybersecurity as a key issue for trade policy is a relatively new development. In the last few years there have been a number of news reports about various governments’ incorporating spyware, malware, or similar programs into computer-based products that are exported around the world. The governments typically have worked with private companies in their countries to do it. In the internet-of-things era, almost all products can be connected to the internet, and most of them can also be used for spying and other malicious activities. Furthermore, since data is considered a critical asset, services, from international ...

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