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Links 04/22/2008

April 22, 2008
  • tags: standards

    • The ANSI report, “Intellectual Property Rights Policies in Standards Development Organizations and the Impact on Trade Issues with the People’s Republic of China,” was submitted on June 11 to U.S. Commerce Secretary Donald L. Evans, U.S. State Department Secretary Colin L. Powell and U.S. Trade Representative Robert B. Zoellick. The three U.S. officials co-signed a March 2004 letter to China’s Vice Premier Zeng that focused on a proposed Chinese policy requiring adherence to a national standard for WLAN Authentication and Privacy Infrastructure (WAPI). China’s proposed wireless communications policy would have mandated a specific encryption standard that may have locked many U.S. manufacturers out of the expansive Chinese market. – post by davidr1
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