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#China has been pushing to internationalize its 'managed' internet for years. Pompeo's Clean Network initiative gives it a boost. But it's still the same, a multilateral smokescreen to protect its own deeply anti-human rights domestic approach. https://t.co/P6n7LOANWy— David Kaye (@davidakaye) September 8, 2020
Considering the PRC’s history of mass surveillance on other nations, theft of personal information and hegomonistic goals, the PRC’s visions to shape our global data-security rules should be a significant concern for the free world.https://t.co/ipskjL0iAf— Hong Kong Global Connect (@HKGlobalConnect) September 8, 2020
Under its new “Global Initiative on Data Security,” China would call on tech companies not to install “backdoors in their products and services to illegally obtain users’ data, control or manipulate users’ systems and devices.” How interesting. https://t.co/i8zHF0uOGV— Stuart Lau (@stuartlauscmp) September 7, 2020
China is launching its own initiative to set global standards on data security, countering U.S. efforts to persuade like-minded countries to ringfence their networks from Chinese technology. @ByChunHan scoop: https://t.co/q9QijGxoEn pic.twitter.com/UqgCarVfws— Newley Purnell (@newley) September 8, 2020
China to launch initiative to set global data-security rules: WSJ https://t.co/7tqTRK3vp6— Jon McComb (@jonmccomb980) September 7, 2020
The #CCP is the worst electronic surveillance & hacking regime in history! Now that they've cyber looted the West they want to close the the backdoor? Choke on the irony.
Allowing China to set global data-security rules is like letting the fox guard the hen house.— Rick Scott (@SenRickScott) September 7, 2020
Communist China exerts significant controls over how their citizens use the internet and steals data and intellectual property from countries around the globe. https://t.co/SziEpTI9wG
#China takes aim at #US 'bullying' of its tech firms.#TikTok to 'strictly' obey China's tech takeover law.— IᑎᗪIᗩ ᖴIᖇᔕT?????????????????? (@first_hindustan) September 8, 2020
Chinese chip giant 'in shock' after #US threat.
"This is naked bullying and should be opposed and rejected."https://t.co/n1N3dBvO38 pic.twitter.com/0AN10aDAN8
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