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China's National Intelligence Law from 2017 requires citizens and corporations to spy for the CCP

 
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“Spying for the state is a duty of the citizens and corporations of China under the law, much like paying taxes. Disobeying the law is a criminal offense.”

Under China’s National Intelligence Law, “All organizations and citizens are required to support, assist and cooperate with national intelligence work.”

“The state rewards individuals and organizations that make major contributions to national intelligence efforts.”
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bump...TRUE...AND...THEY HAVE TO TURN OVER ALL INFORMATION TO THEIR "SPY SUPERVISOR" IN CHINA: VIDEOS...PHOTOS...AUDIO...COMPANY SECRETS...MILITARY SECRETS...SECURITY SECRETS...bat
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whats the average height of a chinese spy?
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That sounds like a multi billion dollar business!
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This is why Huawei 5g should NEVER be allowed in any Western nation.
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Assume that all Chinese-made electronics that connect to the internet have back doors built in that the CCP can use to gather intel.
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Chinese military intelligence “aggressively uses Chinese travelers to the US, especially business representatives, academics, scientists, students, and tourists, to supplement their intelligence collection. US intelligence experts have been amazed at how voracious the Chinese have been in their collection activity.”

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The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security are warning of a surge in Chinese espionage by “nontraditional actors,” a euphemism for researchers and students the Trump administration says are being activated to steal vaccine data from inside academic and private laboratories.

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Fuck the chicoms
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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday that the United States is considering banning TikTok.

U.S. lawmakers have raised national security concerns over TikTok’s handling of user data, saying they are worried about Chinese laws requiring domestic companies support and cooperate with the Chinese Communist Party.





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