How Big Tech is Aiding Blacklisted Chinese Surveillance Firms


American big tech companies, including Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, are supporting Chinese surveillance firms that have been blacklisted by the United States over human rights violations. That’s according to a new report. Top10VPN, a site that reviews virtual private networks (VPNs) and researches digital rights and security issues, found in a recent report that more than a dozen U.S. tech firms provide “essential web services” required to power the websites of blacklisted Chinese companies. Last October, the commerce department put 28 Chinese public security bureaus and companies on an economic blacklist over their role in aiding the repression and surveillance…

This content is for Q17 Membership and Classified Membership members only.
Login Join Now
QNavy is a pool a 3 former Navy Officers, U.S. Navy & French Navy, who served proudly their countries, specialized in conflict analysis as per their respective skills & experience on Special Ops. #NavyVetUnited

Special Restored Republic via a GCR Report as of May 25, 2020

Previous article

20 000 abonnés !! Merci !!!!

Next article

You may also like


Comments are closed.

More in Politics