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Last week, the Department of Defense (DoD) published a letter to the FCC, urging chair members to reject Ligado Network's proposal to build a wireless communication system that, according to two very different perspectives, could harm or help the United States. Ligado Networks, formerly known as LightSquared, has awaited the FCC's decision for nearly ten years now, but the proposal is still on hold. 

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The Australian government recently released a draft Code of Practice, , which will be open for comment until March 1, 2020. The Code of Practice, which covers all斗地主达人 IoT devices available in Australia, is designed to address the following:

  • Default and Weak Passwords
  • Vulnerability 
  • Secure Software Updates
  • Secure Credential Storage 
  • Protection of Personal Data 
  • Exposed Attack Surfaces
  • Communication Security 
  • Software Integrity
  • Resiliency of Systems to Outages 
  • System Telemetry Data 
  • Personal Data Deletion 
  • Device Installation and Maintenance 
  • Input Data 

斗地主达人Australia isn't the only one concerned about the robustness of IoT devices, however, as both the United States and the EU have begun taking action to strengthen IoT device security.  

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The race to 5G began not long ago, and it seems that China and America are leading the race neck-in-neck. In early November, China launched the largest 5G network on the globe, with companies Huawei and ZTE offering 5G-compatible phones to users around the world. New reports from Strategy Analytics, however, indicate that Apple will lead the race to 5G by the end of 2020 with a new line of 5G-compatible phones. According to these reports, Apple will account for nearly 50% of all 5G smartphone sales by the end of next year.   

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In the age of IoT and AI, many are now wondering if the standards that govern innovative industries, such as the technology and medical device industries, are stifling innovation。 According to a 2017 study, , in markets with both low and high uncertainty, businesses that experience problems with standards have to spend a larger amount of resources to be innovative。 Many manufacturers, however, don't end up marketing their products because they cannot pass compliance with regulatory bodies and do not possess the resources to re-test and redesign products。 This poses a significant threat to the global economy as well as to technological evolution。      

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In the past several years, many changes have been made to the regulations and rules governing the medical device industry—and there are still more to come。

While regulatory changes are not entirely worrisome to larger manufacturing companies, smaller companies who have fewer funds and resources often find it difficult to adapt to regulatory changes. As new and revised regulatory standards loom before us, it is in these smaller companies’ best interests to prepare for the coming changes.

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斗地主达人On October 29, 2019, the FCC released draft as part of a "permit-but-disclose" proceeding. This document would ensure the following: 

  • Prohibit the use of USF funds to purchase equipment from a company that poses a national security threat to the U.S communications network (known as covered companies). 
  • Designate Huawei Technologies Company and ZTE Corporation as covered companies.
  • Require USF recipients to remove existing equipment bought from covered companies. 
  • Require ETCs to remove covered equipment in the event that they will be reimbursed.  
  • Analyze ETCs' current possession of covered equipment and deduce the costs to remove such equipment. 
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On August 22, 2019, the FCC issued an enforcement advisory in regard to several companies' interference with the Federal Aviation Administration's terminal doppler weather radar station in San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

According to investigations under the Enforcement Bureau, interference was caused by outdoor wireless devices, in particular, those operated by wireless internet service providers (WISPs) to provide point-to-point broadband connectivity。  

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