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China’s President Xi ‘acting like Hitler’ as £458bn of data stolen every year,…

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China’s Huawei 5G technology was scrapped in several countries around the world when U.S. President Donald Trump announced that he wants to ban China’s proprietary app, TikTok. Morgan Wright, SentinelOne’s chief security advisor, has warned anyone who disagrees with the country. He went on to explain that China is tracking online behaviors to find individuals to target, which he believes is how Hitler treated people.

Speaking to LBC, Wright said, “Anything that comes out of China, actually, I don’t trust anything.

“I was working at Cisco at a time when Huawei stole all of our code from one of our routers and the Cisco people had to testify before Congress and they actually filed a lawsuit against the Chinese because they were stealing things.

“In the US, every year the trade report says that China is responsible for the theft of $ 600 billion in intellectual property.”

He added: “Whoever is in conflict with the Chinese Communist Party, whoever disagrees with them is a target.

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“They figured out how to use the technology to create an electronic tracking system.

“They have now discovered a path through people’s activity and their online behavior and where they team up to determine a person’s type of political or religious vision and become a target.”

“They are using technology to do what Hitler was doing at the time.

“Instead of grouping people based on where they live and what they look like, they are now doing it through technology, but make no mistake, they are doing exactly the same thing that Hitler was doing.”

At an online press conference, Mr. Liu said: “China respects the UK’s sovereignty and has never interfered in the UK’s internal affairs.

“It is important for the UK to do the same – that is, to respect China’s sovereignty and to stop interfering in Hong Kong’s affairs, which are China’s internal affairs, to prevent further damage to the China-UK relationship.”

The imposition of a new national security law led the government to open the door for British (foreign) national passport holders in the territory to come to the United Kingdom and to suspend extradition agreements.

China has threatened not to recognize the BN (O) passport as a valid travel document.


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