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And if they lose India and the United States, they lose some western European countries, that takes a big tool away from the espionage work or the surveillance work of the CCP Chinese Communist Party ," he said in response to a question on the dangers posed by apps like TikTok. TikTok is getting facial recognition on you," O'Brien said. They are getting to know who your friends are, who your parents are. They can map all your relationships," he added.
All the information is going straight to the massive supercomputers in the cloud in China, O'Brien said. They are going to have biometrics on you. You ought to be very careful regarding who you give such personal information to," he said.
The Trump administration, he said, is looking not just at TikTok but at WeChat and some other Chinese apps as well, because the Chinese are big consumers of America's personal data. China, he said, has hacked into Marriott and stolen the personal data of hundreds of millions of people, including their passport s. They have hacked into Anthem healthcare so that they can get medical details.
He said there were social credit scores in China for people based on how compliant they are with the Communist party dictates. The American leadership's remarks on the Chinese social media apps came amid growing tensions in bilateral ties with Beijing on a range of issues, including on the coronavirus outbreak and the controversial national security law imposed in Hong Kong.
The US has banned Huawei from their 5G networks over concerns of security and Washington has been pressuring other countries to restrict the operations of the Chinese telecom firm. Start a Conversation.
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