Chinese fugitive is hiding in San Francisco consulate, US prosecutors claim

Adrian Ovalle

The FBI thinks China’s consulate in San Francisco is harbouring a fugitive implicated of lying about her military background. US authorities claim scientist Tang Juan lied about her military ties when requesting a visa to operate at the University of California, and once again throughout an FBI interview last month. China and the US have […]

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‘Documents burnt in bins’ after US orders Chinese consulate in Houston to close

Adrian Ovalle

China has actually threatened retaliation after the US bought its Houston consulate to close – with people later on appearing to burn documents outside the structure. If the decision is not reversed, Beijing called the decision “outrageous” and cautioned of difficult action. The US State Department stated it was needed “to protect American intellectual property […]

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US Indicts Two Chinese Hackers For Vast, 10- Year Global Theft Campaign

Sandra Loyd

A U.S. grand jury has actually prosecuted two hackers connected with China’s Ministry of State Security for a 10- year global campaign in which they got into computer systems of numerous business, and just recently targeted companies investigating a coronavirus vaccine, the Justice Department stated Tuesday. The 11- count indictment declares Li Xiaoyu, 34, and […]

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Two Chinese nationals charged by US with hacking ‘hundreds’ of victims

Adrian Ovalle

The US has charged two declared Chinese spies with hacking defence specialists, coronavirus scientists and hundreds of other victims worldwide, according to a court filing. Li Xiaoyu and Dong Jiazhi were referred to as “one of the most prolific groups of hackers” the FBI has actually examined. Authorities stated the set took part in a […]

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US Sanctions 11 Chinese Firms for Human Rights Abuses in Xinjiang

Sandra Loyd

The U.S. Commerce Department on Monday added to its Entities List 11 Chinese business included in declared human rights abuses in northwestern China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Area (XUAR), disallowing them from access to U.S.-sourced products, technology, and other products, a Department statement stated. The business added to the list preserved by the Department’s Bureau of […]

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Chinese Boat Supervisor Charged Following Indonesian Crewman’s Death

Sandra Loyd

The supervisor of a Chinese fishing boat has actually been apprehended on charges of attack and human trafficking after the death of an Indonesian team member whose remains was found recently, authorities in Indonesia’s Riau Islands stated. Indonesian authorities apprehended 2 Chinese boats as they cruised near Singapore on July 8 after authorities got a […]

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Blockchain Medical Prescriptions Coming in Chinese City + More News

Tyler Hromadka

Source: Adobe/Natalia Klenova. Get your everyday, bite-sized absorb of cryptoasset and blockchain-related news– examining the stories flying under the radar these days’s crypto news. Blockchain news A Chinese city stated it will introduce a blockchain-powered medical prescription app for smartphone-using homeowners. Per Zhihu, the effort will be released in Kunshan, in Jiangsu Province, and will […]

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US Toughens Stance on South China Sea, Calls Chinese Claims Illegal

Sandra Loyd

The United States on Monday revealed a harder stance versus China’s sweeping claims in the South China Sea, stating them illegal and implicating Beijing of dealing with the challenged waters as a “maritime empire.” In a declaration, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated there were “no legal grounds” for China’s extensive maritime claims. He officially […]

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US Again Patrols Near Chinese Survey Ship In South China Sea

Sandra Loyd

An American Navy combat ship today carried out “routine operations” near a Chinese geological survey ship in the South China Sea, U.S. authorities stated, after the Chinese vessel in June went into a location where Vietnam has actually revealed interest in checking out for oil. The maneuvers in waters around the Spratly Islands echoed occasions […]

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‘400 Companies’ to Use Chinese Blockchain Pilot Zone + More News

Tyler Hromadka

Source: Adobe/gui yong nian. Crypto Briefs is your day-to-day, bite-sized absorb of cryptocurrency and blockchain-related news– examining the stories flying under the radar these days’s crypto news. Blockchain news Some 400 business are taking part as Guangzhou, in Guangdong Province, releases China’s first blockchain pilot zone, reports Xinhua. The media outlet mentions that business included […]

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