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While U.S. chip maker, Micron Technology Inc. has accused Fujian Jinhua of stealing their chip designs, these restrictions have been enacted preemptively, as they have not yet been determined to have committed any export violations. https://t.co/Qr9SQDsn4v
In the spirit of this spooky time of year, we’ve gone back to basics with a special Halloween edition of the ECJ to help demonstrate that export compliance doesn’t have to be tricky. In fact, armed with the right knowledge, it can be quite a treat. https://t.co/ynX7kvtMri
On the heels of the recent JPMorgan Chase OFAC violations case sees another financial institution fined for having inadequate OFAC compliance procedures in place. #OFAC #OFACcompliance #OFACviolation https://t.co/ck5uPMakeS
Recent settlement between OFAC and JPMorgan Chase reinforces that screening everyone and every transaction isn’t always enough to be compliant with OFAC and other U.S. export, trade and financial compliance laws. https://t.co/3FwtAGcS4g
For what it's worth, there's long been an expectation for universities to ensure export controlled technology and data don't come into the hands of restricted parties when Academics travel abroad. https://t.co/zbRVfkPD2W
For international travel, US policy: Academics now have to check in w/university to make sure you don’t interact with anyone on a “restricted list” when traveling.
Also have to check w/legal council to ensure we are not taking manuscripts w/export controlled info on them w/us.