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Yet another Chinese Communist Party-linked company has been supplying technology to critical entities within the broader U.S. national security apparatus, The National Pulse can report.
In a previous investigation, it was revealed that smart TVs manufactured by the Chinese government were being sold on U.S. military bases and were potentially sending data on millions of Americans back to China. This followed another National Pulse story that exposed a Silicon Valley tech startup that was sharing massive amounts of Americans’ personal data with Chinese state-owned firms.
Now, it has been discovered that TP-Link – one of the top manufacturers of internet routers and other electronic devices in the world – has discovered to have many security vulnerabilities. The U.S. Government’s National Institute for Science & Technology (NIST) maintains a database of such vulnerabilities and the list for TP-Link is extensive.
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The writers from @CNET warn that TP-Link WiFi routers have major security and privacy vulnerabilities but never mentioned that this router is made by Chinese company with links to CCP.— 🔥Takesmen For a Better America🇺🇸🔥 (@TakesmanPAC) February 23, 2023
Seems like a big omissionhttps://t.co/oSHUnNbOeU
Did Federal Law Enforcement give permission for this? Isn’t that the only way this is even legal?