Germany is proposing that the EU impose new sanctions on Russia for its cyberattack on the Bundestag | Ukraine Today .org

…Germany is proposing to the European Union to impose new sanctions against Russia for a large-scale cyber attack on the Bundestag in 2015. About it with reference to agency dpa writes DW .

At the same time, it is reported that a decision on this issue has not yet been made. If EU countries agree to impose sanctions, this will be the first time the EU has imposed sanctions on cyberattacks in 2017.

U.S. Hits Huawei, Other Chinese Tech Firms With New Sanctions

The law, which expands upon 2019 legislation, would require companies interested in offering services to the U.S. government to prove they have no business relationship with five leading Chinese telecommunications and surveillance companies.

(WASHINGTON) JUST IN: Some Government agencies including the police reported to be buying access to ‘ Hacked Website Data ‘ with the intention of obtaining investigative leads from passwords, email addresses, IP addresses and personal information accordin…

#AceNewReport – July.09: Some companies are selling government agencies Motherboard reports: Motherboard obtained webinar slides by a company called SpyCloud presented to prospective customers. In that webinar, the company claimed to “empower investigators from law enforcement agencies and enterprises around the world to more quickly and efficiently bring malicious actors to justice.” The slides were shared by a source who was concerned about law enforcement agencies buying access to hacked data. SpyCloud confirmed the slides were authentic to Motherboard. “We’re turning the criminals’ data against them, or at least we’re empowering law enforcement to do that,” Dave Endler, co-founder and chief product officer of SpyCloud, told Motherboard in a phone call:

Gordon Chang: TikTok Has Been Caught Twice ‘Surveilling iPhone Users… This Is Not a Theoretical Concern’ | MCViewPoint

by Robert Kraychik

TikTok should be banned from the U.S. given its role in surveilling Americans, said Gordon Chang, Daily Beast columnist and author of The Great U.S.-China Tech War, offering his comments on the Wednesday edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight.

TikTok is a social media mobile app for sharing short videos. It was developed and is owned by Beijing-based company ByteDance.

China-Controlled ‘TikTok’ is ‘Data Collection Service Thinly-Veiled as a Social Network’… Delete It Now – Nwo Report

Source: Raheem Kassam

While young, American users continue to use the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)-controlled app to agitate against America, they’re also handing a treasure trove of data over to the app developers without knowing it.

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Boris Johnson isn’t believing the BS polls. He knows damn well that our President will be around for another four years. He also understands that our President means business when it comes to Huawei and China. That is the reason for his reversal!

FCC Issues Final Orders Declaring Huawei, ZTE National Security Threats

The U.S. telecommunications regulator voted in November 5-0 to issue the declaration and proposed requiring rural carriers to remove and replace equipment from the two Chinese companies from existing U.S. networks. “We cannot and will not allow the Chinese Communist Party to exploit network vulnerabilities and compromise our critical communications infrastructure,” FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a statement Tuesday.

Huawei and ZTE did not immediately respond to requests for comment but have previously sharply criticized the FCC’s actions.

FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks said on Tuesday that “untrustworthy equipment” remains in place in U.S. networks and said the U.S. Congress must allocate funding for replacements.

In May 2019, Trump signed an executive order declaring a national emergency and barring U.S. companies from using telecommunications equipment made by companies posing a national security risk. The Trump administration also added Huawei to its trade blacklist last year.

Ban on Chinese apps surprises India content makers – BBC News

What prompted the ban?

India’s Ministry of Information Technology has said the ban was the result of
“many complaints from various sources” about apps that were “stealing and surreptitiously transmitting users’ data in an unauthorised manner”.

… US senators have even called for an investigation into TikTok, which fiercely rejects such claims.

The Indian government said in its statement that, “the
compilation of these data, its mining and profiling by elements hostile to national security and defence of India, which ultimately impinges upon the sovereignty and integrity of India, is a matter of very deep and immediate concern which requires emergency measures”.

… In 2017, Alibaba’s UC Browser had come under the scanner for allegedly leaking mobile data of Indian users. And that year, India’s defence ministry asked all armed personnel and officers to uninstall 42 Chinese apps it classified as “spyware”, according to media reports.

Australians balk as 7-Eleven rolls out facial recognition nationwide – Wake Up To The Truth

Convenience store chain 7-Eleven is debuting facial recognition across all 700 Australian locations, supposedly for no other purpose than to avoid customers “gaming” their feedback system. Aussies aren’t buying it – literally.

A 7-Eleven spokesperson told Australian outlet iTnews that the ominous signs popping up in store windows over the past few weeks – “Site is under constant video surveillance. By entering the store you consent to facial recognition cameras capturing and storing your image” – refer solely to the use of the chain’s new Rate It customer feedback tablets.

How To Check If Your iPhone Is Secretly A Coronavirus Tracker | Zero Hedge

Comment by tomytran2015: Any road to hell is always full of signs displaying good intention.

If you downloaded the latest iOS update back in May, and any
following updates, then congratulations…your COVID-19 infection status
will likely soon be tracked by state health officials as part of each
state’s contact tracing efforts.

Many iPhone users across the US have over the past few days started
to notice a new setting under the “privacy” subtab of the iPhone health
app. It looks like this, and allows users to “toggle on” COVID-19
exposure logging.

It’s all thanks to the latest update of Apple’s iOS operating system for iPhone, iOS13.5.