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- India has proposed liability for end-to-end encryption.
- Apple's phone encryption is back in the spotlight.
- Federal legislation on deepfakes was signed into law.
- The State Department has been directed by Congress to report on its cybertools licensing processes.
- Rules on Defense Department contractors using Chinese technology are coming into effect.
- There is a new very narrow export control rule on artificial intelligence.
- Christmas came early for the Justice Department, as a judge ruled Edward Snowden could not collect royalties on his book.
- A European Court of Justice advocate general issued an opinion on EU-US data transfers.
- The Second Circuit issued an opinion on FISA Section 702 and Fourth Amendment issues.
- Italy has imposed a French-style revenue tax on Internet companies.
- Russia reportedly "disconnected" itself from the global Internet.
- And more!
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