On 13 April, an article from AML specialist Michael Volkov  warns that, with the necessary rise in videolinking, the exposure of controlled technology or information to a single videoconference participant sitting in front of a computer screen in a foreign country, or to a foreign national seated at a computer in the US (as a “deemed export”), can cause a company to violate US export regulations.  He warns that the US government interprets the release of controlled technology and information broadly, to include a simple visual inspection or view of the controlled data.

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