Yeah, that was probably a pretty good idea

The U.S. Army said it removed surveillance cameras made by a Chinese state-backed manufacturer from a domestic military base, while a congressional committee plans to hold a hearing this month into whether small businesses face cybersecurity risks from using the equipment.

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2 Responses to Yeah, that was probably a pretty good idea

  1. Andrew says:

    One of the reasons DOD stuff cost a lot back in the days was because it all had to use USA sourced components.

    Now we buy everything from China.

    And it still costs a ton of bills, due to the levels of bureaucracy.

  2. Westcoaster says:

    And we have no idea how many backdoors and hidden modes are in all that shit. And how much of our military used the tainted Chinese steel? The MSM sure killed THAT story quickly….they knowingly used an inferior grade of steel for years!

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