Leading Chinese technology companies have sold equipment to state governments in the U.S. that can be used by Beijing to obtain sensitive information, according to a security analysis made public Monday.
Leading Chinese technology companies have sold equipment to state governments in the U.S. that can be used by Beijing to obtain sensitive information, according to a security analysis made ...
The legislation from Sens. Mark Warner and Marco Rubio aims to take on companies such as Huawei and ZTE.
US lawmakers asked intelligence to look into whether the app and others like it could pose a security threat or be used to influence opinion.
WASHINGTON—Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok, massively popular among teens in the United States, is facing a national security review ...
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Experts and policymakers are wary of letting China get involved in domestic infrastructure
China's Communist Party has ordered all state offices to remove foreign hardware and software within three years, the Financial Times reports.
Beijing has ordered state offices and public institutions to remove all foreign computer equipment and software within the next three years.
Facial recognition is foremost in China's new toolkit for repression and at least one Chinese subsidiary is hoovering up data globally for security purposes.
A million Uighurs are being held in concentration camps in Xinjiang. What can the US do?
China today is seeking to erode U.S. power and influence globally through economic, military, technological and political influence strategies, U.S. Senator Mark Warner said. The United ...