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‘Harmed US National Security’: Defense Contractor To Pay $13 Million For Sharing Unauthorized Data To China

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Honeywell, a defense contractor headquartered in North Carolina, will have to pay a fine to the U.S. State Department after the company provided unauthorized technical data to China.

The shared materials included technical data on the F-35 and F-22 fighter jet programs, as well as information on other weapons systems, according to a charging document from the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs.

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