Telecoms

A federal court in Texas ruled in favor of the U.S. government on Chinese telecommunications company Huawei’s constitutional challenge to a law that excludes its and another Chinese company’s products and services from “sensitive United States systems, including government systems and government contractors,” because of security concerns.

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Color Blindness

A campus safety officer may pursue his disability discrimination claims against Pennsylvania State University relating to the revocation of his conditional employment after a physical exam determined that he was mildly color blind, a federal court in Pennsylvania ruled. There is no law requiring campus police officers to have normal color perception.

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Pentagon Orders Review of International Student Vetting

The Pentagon on Tuesday ordered a broad review of vetting procedures for international students who get training on U.S. military installations and demanded the process be strengthened, in reaction to last week’s deadly shooting at a Pensacola Navy base by a Saudi aviation student.

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