The Washington Post
– Oct 12, 7:00 AM
“The [Chinese Communist Party] essentially has access to over 100 million users' data,” said Sarah Aoun, director of technology at the Open Technology Fund, an initiative funded by the U.S. government under Radio Free Asia.
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Load web pages faster, stay private, and block ads with Brave: During the last week, the reality that US companies often bend the knee to China has been thrown into the spotlight. Apple, one of the biggest US tech companies, has appeased China by…