Bringing the total number of banned Chinese mobiles apps since June to 220.
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The presiding judge granted the motion to block the ban as there is 'scant little evidence' that it effectively addresses national security concerns.
Another 23 domains were seized by the US government.
The lab's main purpose will be to allow regulators and potential clients to perform black box and penetration testing, as well as review its source code and documents.
It will also require companies to gain consent to access citizen data.
The heads of organisations will be responsible for ensuring that employees install the app.
Among the affected industries are the telecommunications, semiconductor manufacturing, and mobile phone manufacturing sectors.
HikVision and Dahua, two of the world's largest manufacturers of surveillance technology, are among those that have been blacklisted.
US government officials have also accused Iran of being the culprit behind a wave of fake Proud Boys emails that have been sent to registered Democrat voters.
The Chinese tech giant reportedly moved one of its employees into the affiliate 'to urgently avoid the risks of media hype'.