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Chinese surveillance companies on U.S. blacklist still using Silicon Valley components

Marketplace Public Radio

December 20, 2019

Western tech companies and investors “really must take a hard look at what they are doing" in connection with China's surveillance efforts and human rights, CSET's Dahlia Peterson notes in this story.

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