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A group representing tech industry executives sent a letter to the leaders of the House and Senate Armed Services committees raising concerns about the 5G and cybersecurity implications of a defense authorization bill that will be the focus of bicameral negotiations when lawmakers return from recess next month.

“A comprehensive national defense strategy also recognizes that cyberspace is growing ever more contested as our adversaries’ technological capabilities have advanced,” writes TechNet in a letter sent Monday.

“Cyberattacks by state…

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