Urgent: Closing COB 12/18 Please Sign Bipartisan Letter to Protect the Free Flow of Data in Trade Agreements

An essential part of a successful trade agreement is the inclusion of strong, binding obligations to keep markets open to digital products and services and cross-border data flows. Preserving the free flow of data matters for businesses of all sizes and
types, including the financial services sector, which provides banking, insurance, electronic payment systems, and other services.

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NEW DEADLINE: Join 110 Bipartisan Signers of Langevin-McCaul Letter on Cybersecurity Export Controls

The Department of Commerce is preparing to issue a proposed rule that has the potential to significantly undermine the United States’ cybersecurity posture. This rulemaking, which is part of an effort to implement the 2013 additions to the Wassenaar Arrangement
pertaining to export controls of “intrusion software,” could seriously hinder our national security without a significant overhaul.

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Please Sign the Langevin-McCaul Letter on Cybersecurity Export Controls

The Department of Commerce is preparing to issue a proposed rule that has the potential to significantly undermine the United States’ cybersecurity posture. This rulemaking, which is part of an effort to implement the 2013 additions to the Wassenaar Arrangement
pertaining to export controls of “intrusion software,” could seriously hinder our national security without a significant overhaul.

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Bipartisan Letter to Speaker Ryan

We write to invite you to join this bipartisan letter to Speaker Ryan asking for his support for the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA). After a week that saw the bipartisan of passage of two significant pieces of legislation, we ask you to keep the momentum
going and join us in supporting the OTA to bring back this important source of non-partisan technical expertise.

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Please Sign the Langevin-McCaul Letter on Cybersecurity Export Controls

The Department of Commerce is preparing to issue a proposed rule that has the potential to significantly undermine the United States’ cybersecurity posture. This rulemaking, which is part of an effort to implement the 2013 additions to the Wassenaar Arrangement pertaining to export controls of “intrusion software,” could seriously hinder our national security without a significant overhaul.

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TODAY is #CodingCongress

If you need in-person support, staff from the offices of Honda, Takano, Cardenas, and Farenthold will be available from 3:30p-5p in B249B Longworth HOB on Wednesday, December 9 to help anyone and everyone participate in this exciting event.

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