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Portability should be incentivized but not mandated. Companies will organically adapt to this practice without the government forcing their hand. Doing so would be a mistake and an example of government overstepping the boundaries of interfering with the decisions of private businesses.
C_TEC's SVP Tim Day sent a letter to House Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Technology Chairman Burgess and Ranking Member Shakowsky regarding their recent hearing on securing connected devices.
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