Apple's commitment to user privacy and human rights called into question by ignoring a second request to testify before Congress on Chinese censorship and a recent vote that saw over 40% of its shareholders express that the company should stop removing apps when the Chinese government demands it.
The Chinese embassy in France indicated that discriminating against Huawei by selecting 5G network equipment based on the country of origin was blatant discrimination and industrial protectionism and hinted of possible retaliation.
Huawei hits back at the United States after it's PR charm offensive including opening up it's source code went nowhere. It reminded the world of the biggest scandal of the century – the PRISM program and Five Eyes surveillance.
One key finding from CNCERT report shows most cyber attacks are using U.S. servers to implant viruses and carry out botnet attacks against Chinese computer assets.
Chinese hackers are on a massive cyber espionage campaign targeting over 75 organizations throughout the world and using vulnerabilities in various routers and cloud services.
Chinese government is using AI-Powered smart glasses inbuilt thermal imaging capability to screen residents for coronavirus as authorities ease the lockdown restrictions on Hubei province.
Senators in the United States sponsored several bills that would pump over $1 billion in the development of 5G equipment to compete with China in the 5G race, now viewed as the new frontier in strategic domination.
China's Social Credit System is scores the reputation of citizens and businesses operating within its sovereign border, using data collected from social media, financial institutions and government records. The purpose is to increase trust, transparency and confidence in the domestic marketplace but at what cost?
Huawei’s dream of becoming a leader in 5G networks remains on hold as new study found many of its employees had prior links to Chinese intelligence and worked in projects eavesdropping on citizens or scooping up valuable data.
Selling customer data such as banking records, vehicle registration and mobile phone usage is big business in China. Recent data theft of 130 million clients of Huazhu Hotels Group saw the stolen payment and contact information going for about US$56,000.