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Chinese maker of drones wins US clearance for new high-security models

South China Morning Post

July 10, 2019

Lorand Laskai, Visiting Researcher at CSET, says the developments with China’s DJI Technologies show that “despite the hand-wringing over US-China tech decoupling, workable solutions to data security concerns are possible … the real question is whether these arrangements will be able to withstand the growing distrust between the United States and China.”

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