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NCJ Number: 119329 Find in a Library
Title: United States Government Controls of the Transnational Movement of Sophisticated Technology (From Prevention and Prosecution of Computer and High Technology Crime, P 6.1-6.108, 1989, Stanley S Arkin, et al. -- See NCJ-119326)
Author(s): S S Arkin; B A Bohrer; D L Cuneo; J P Donohoe; J M Kaplan; R Kasanof; A J Levander; S Sherizen
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 110
Sponsoring Agency: Matthew Bender and Co, Inc
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Type: Legislation/Policy Description
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Written mainly for prosecutors, defense attorneys, and corporate counsel, this discussion focuses on Federal law relating to export controls of commercial and dual-use merchandise with national security implications and to the regulation of transnational movement of arms, munitions, and nuclear material and related industries.
Abstract: Export controls are discussed in terms of controls related to foreign policy, those related to national security, and those related to shortages. The use of export licenses, controls on destinations of merchandise, civil and criminal enforcement and sanctions, and jurisdiction and extradition issues are outlined. The use of administrative proceedings and the elements of the crime of exporting in violation of the Export Administration Act are also discussed. Transnational movement of arms, munitions, and nuclear material and related technologies are discussed in terms of import controls, export requirements, licensing, violations, and penalties. General prohibitions on trade are also explained. Footnotes.
Main Term(s): Firearm imports/exports
Index Term(s): Federal Code; Federal regulations; Import/export regulations; International extradition; Science and Technology
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