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New: Home Depot and Best Buy have pulled Chinese video surveillance makers Lorex and Ezviz from their stores over links to human rights abuses in Xinjiang, where most Uighur Muslims live. Lowe's also pulled Lorex from its stores after we reached out. techcrunch.com/2021/10/25/lo…
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will be a fascinating competitor to @VerkadaHQ since both are offering AI/Cloud but Verkada charges a premium for their cameras while Spot is giving theirs away
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“Even if you have never set foot in China, Hikvision’s cameras have likely seen you.” With generous state support at home and low-cost sales abroad, the Chinese surveillance company has become a world heavyweight, @HillmanJE writes: on.theatln.tc/hZRkI94
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Reupping this great @ipvideo explainer: "The fact that multiple top #China tech companies have openly included #Uyghur tracking in their patent filings shows how prevalent this racist technology is in the PRC." ipvm.com/reports/patents-uyg… @hrw_chinese
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Happy to be a paid subscriber to @ipvideo - they provide an excellent service to ensure you build systems that are compliant, secure, and do what the manufacture claims.
Hikvision critical vulnerabilities and cybersecurity problems explained
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Hikvision critical vulnerabilities and cybersecurity problems explained
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New: a decade ago, @AxisIPVideo' CEO bragged about installing 70+ surveillance cameras in Tienanmen Square as the company grew rapidly in the PRC, touting that the same authorities behind the 1989 massacre chose Axis for its "very good picture quality" ipvm.com/reports/axis-tianan…
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Taiwan is a country, according to Twitter ads, thoughts? @zlj517 @chenweihua @Tom_Fowdy @BaldingsWorld
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NOT Made in China - We are proud to announce our new policy against purchasing products made in the PRC, learn more ipvm.com/reports/not-made-pr…
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In new expert testimony at the @TribunalUyghur, @ipvideo government director Conor Healy said face detection that monitors Uyghurs was a direct “outcome of state policy” & that it's “routinely specified in tenders for public surveillance projects”. theguardian.com/world/2021/s…
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Tech companies in China like Dahua, Hikvision, & Huawei tested features that target Uyghurs, can send alarms when a Uyghur is detected, or purport to detect "Uyghurs with hidden terrorist inclinations." The companies say the features aren't active theguardian.com/world/2021/s…
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This whole entry is curious. Why did Commerce need to add Beijing Sensetime and then limit it to that subsidiary? Dear @GinaRaimondo, could you please figure this out?
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New joint investigation with the surveillance tech wizards at @ipvideo. Our story here axios.com/chinese-tech-firm-…
.@ipvideo/@Axios scoop: in 2019 the US sanctioned SenseTime, China's largest AI firm, over Uyghur repression. But SenseTime says the sanctions have not had "any material adverse impact" thanks to a legal loophole ipvm.com/reports/sensetime-s…
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