Former Whitewater prosecutor Stephen Binhak – who called on Congress to impeach Donald Trump amidst conspiracies over Russian collusion – recently registered to lobby on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party-linked tech firm Huawei. The news comes as Tony Podesta – brother of
Executives from American tech giants such as Facebook and Google attended an annual conference organized by the Cyberspace Administration of China, the body responsible for leading the Chinese Communist Party’s digital campaign to censor factual narratives and push fraudulent information about COVID-19.
Time Magazine has partnered with Huawei – the controversial, Chinese Communist Party-linked telecommunication company labeled a “national security threat” by the Trump administration – to launch a Chinese-language version of its magazine oriented for children. The partnership led to the creation of
Benjamin Ginsberg, who toured media studios on Wednesday to undermine President Trump’s claims that Democrats are attempting to rig the 2020 election, retains links to the Chinese Communist Party through his position as partner at the Jones Day law firm. The firm’s
A software company identified by the New York Times as “gathering troves of data” on Americans is partnered with Chinese government-owned technology firm Hisense and retains directors formerly employed by companies such as Huawei that have collaborated with the Chinese military, the National Pulse
The Trump administration has intensified its campaign against Huawei, a Chinese technology and telecommunications company with compromising links to the Chinese Communist Party, by tightening restrictions on the company’s subsidiaries, semiconductors, and chips. Also labeled a decades-long Chinese military collaborator by the
American technology companies including Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, and Google have repeatedly attended and sponsored the China-based Global Mobile Internet Conference alongside Chinese Communist Party linked tech companies such as TikTok, Tencent, and firms designated as Chinese military collaborators by the U.S. Department
Britain has banned the Chinese Communist Party-linked technology company Huawei from its technology infrastructure following months of pressure from campaigners both inside and outside the United Kingdom. Huawei, long seen as a threat to Western national security, was effectively blocked by both