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Two members of Congress on a China Commission are pressing retailers Costco and ADI on their sale of products from Chinese companies whose products are connected to allegations of human rights abuses in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
The UK government announced yesterday that it would set a timeline for the removal of surveillance equipment produced by companies subject to China’s National Intelligence Law from sensitive central government sites.
Reports last week indicated that Chinese-made security cameras found in Australian government offices would be removed.
Last week, the UK's House of Lords discussed an amendment to a procurement bill that would further exclude Chinese-made surveillance technology from the supply chain.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) took action last week to further crack down on the use of Chinese-tied telecoms equipment in American communications networks, issuing new rules that will cover the products of five well-known Chinese companies.
Last Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Defense released the names of additional "Chinese military companies" that are "operating directly or indirectly in the United States," pursuant to the statutory requirement of Section 1260H of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021.
Report Alleges that Amazon Sells Dahua/Hikvision Products, Runs Cloud Services for Surveillance Systems; Possible Violation of U.S. Law
A new report by IVPM and National Review alleges that Amazon is engaging in two practices that "raise legal, national security, and ethical concerns" related to U.S.-China economic relations, and suggests there may be violations of a U.S. statute as a result.