From Washington Examiner:

Kathryn Waldron, a national security fellow at the R Street Institute, a libertarian think tank, said that another concern with the proposal is that companies could request or lobby the department to misidentify certain companies, including their competitors, as risks.

“Economic protectionism disguised as national security could definitely have a negative impact on the economy at large, including limiting opportunities for economic growth, depress innovation, and even hinder national security,” said Waldron.