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Inside U.S. Trade Covers Partner Michelle Schulz's Comments at PECSEA Meeting

01.07.15

In January, Inside U.S. Trade reported on the Obama administration's 2015 export control work and discussed the work being done by the President's Export Council Subcommittee on Export Administration, a senior-level advisory body to the U.S. Department of Commerce. Gardere Partner Michelle Schulz, co-chair of the Firm's International Trade Practice, was appointed to PECSEA in 2012 and was named chair of PECSEA's Data Transmission and Security Subcommittee in 2014. 

According to Inside U.S. Trade's report, during the Dec. 10 PECSEA meeting, Ms. Schulz said that the Data Transmission and Security Subcommittee is debating the notion of creating a license exception for encrypted information uploaded to cloud servers. Ms. Schulz also discussed the possibility that licensing requirements would differ based on the risk posed by the country in which the server is located. 

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