US is forcing companies to install backdoors says China

For the first time in the past two years, the Ministry of China has disclosed that US is posing as a cyber threat to entities operating on its soil and has added that the Biden led nation is forcing companies to install backdoors to get user data- a clear cut violation of data privacy rules existing across the world.

Wang Wenbin, a spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, stated the above stated lines and tagged United States as a super-threat to global Cybersecurity.

Wenbin added the Biden led nation was taking an advantage of its digital revolution from years and the best example was the 2013 disclosed surveillance by former NSA worker & whistleblower Edward Snowden.

“It is taking the full advantage of its tech capacity and has been tracking down individuals and companies at home and abroad since 2009. And thus violates all kinds of privacy related issues seen around the world,” said Mr. Wang.

So, the international community should start reacting to such practices taken up by North America and reject them as soon as they are discovered to help protect the global Cybersecurity standards and undermine global rules added Wang.

Note-Relationship between Washington and Beijing deteriorated when ex president Donald Trump banned Chinese company Huawei from doing trade in his country. Later the entire world turned against the Xi Jinping led nation as many of the media resources across the world revealed that the Corona Virus aka COVID-19 virus developed in the Wuhan District of China and Mr. Trump made this story official by naming the virus spread as Wuhan Virus.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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