Tag: intellectual-property-theft

Several Chinese spies have been caught over the years trying to steal and transport American-made seeds to China
How Chinese Spies Steal American Seeds and Agricultural Technologies
A 2017 report by the U.S. Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property (IP Commission) called China “the world’s principal IP infringer” and estimated that the American economy loses up to 600 billion dollars...
The BMW concept car X7 is seen at the Beijing Auto Show in Beijing on April 25, 2018. Canada's export scheme to China of high end luxury cars and SUVs such as the BMW X5, X7, the Mercedes GL, and Porsche Panamera have been linked to money laundering in an extensive investigation.
BMW, Mercedes Export Scheme to China Plagues Canadian Dealers
A long-running operation to export brand new luxury vehicles from Canada to China for sale in the mainland’s grey market has left dealers and manufacturers vexed, the government paying too much in administrative overhead, and...
The partial solar eclipse is seen through clouds on 26th December, 2019 in Kunming, Yunnan, China. Joe Biden’s update to Trump’s 2020 Executive Order on Communist Chinese Military Companies has released the CCP’s largest supercomputer maker, Sugon, from sanctions.
China’s Military Supercomputer Maker Sugon Freed In Biden’s Revision to China Blacklist
The Biden administration’s recent update to former President Donald Trump’s November of 2020 Executive Order restricting companies associated with Beijing’s military quietly removed 16 entities from the grasp of U.S. federal sanctions. In its original...
A photograph shows the logo of the Chinese Communist Party’s Huawei at their main UK offices in Reading, west of London, on January 28, 2020. A former Huawei Director is on trial in Poland for serving as an agent for the communist regime’s telecom giant.
Former Huawei Director and Cybersecurity Expert on Trial in Poland for CCP Espionage
Two men accused of spying on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have been put on trial in Poland. The men were arrested back in January 2019 for seeking business deals for Huawei as...
Man holds a sign welcoming hackers to the 2014 Hackers Trip to China event in Beijing. Chinese hackers have been found to pose as United Nations officers in order to conduct persecution of the Uyghur Muslim ethnic minority.
Chinese Hackers Pose as UN and Human Rights Entities to Attack Uyghurs
A recently published report revealed a campaign by Chinese hackers, pretending to be entities associated with the United Nations (UN) or human rights organizations, to hack into and take control of computers used by Muslim...
Made-in-China “Virus Shut Out” necklaces from China seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. They claim to provide protection against SARS-CoV-2, a virus, by using hazardous pesticide chlorine dioxide to create an “antibacterial cloud” around the wearer.
US Customs Seize Made-in-China COVID-19 Protection Necklaces Filled with Pesticide
Fraudsters flogging fake COVID products, fake treatments, and fake medical products on the black market is widespread nowadays. Many of the products are unsafe and can endanger public health. Currently, the Food and Drug Administration...
University of Alberta was found to have deep and long ties with Communist China and formed ventures with Chinese state-funded ventures.
‘Deeply Concerned’ Canadian Province Orders Top Universities to Suspend Projects With China
The Alberta government ordered four of its major universities to suspend partnerships with individuals or organizations with ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), citing threats to Canadian national security and the possibility that related...
Former Professor Gets Jail for Misusing Federal Grants to Aid Research in China
A former professor living in Ohio has been sentenced to 37 months in federal prison for appropriating federal research grants to aid China’s scientific pursuits, the U.S. Department of Justice announced May 14.  Song Guo...
People walk past the headquarters of the world's largest semiconductor maker TSMC in Hsinchu on January 29, 2021. Taiwan is strengthening laws meant to prevent the Chinese Communist Party from stealing its tech industry's trade secrets and experts.
Taiwan Says Communist China Waging Economic Warfare Against Tech Sector
Beijing has upped its efforts to steal technology and poach talent from Taiwan. According to an April 28 report by Reuters, the Taiwanese government accused the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) of waging economic warfare to...
Chinese-born American citizen, You Xiaorong, was recently convicted for stealing $120 million worth of U.S. trade secrets from Coca-Cola and other companies who develop coatings for the inside of beverage containers for the benefit of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Chinese Mole Who Stole $120 Million Worth of Intellectual Property from Coca-Cola Convicted
Chinese-born American citizen, You Xiaorong, was recently convicted for stealing $120 million worth of U.S. trade secrets from Coca-Cola and other companies who develop coatings for the inside of beverage containers to benefit the Chinese...
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China’s Violations of WTO Regulations Leading to Mistrust
The WTO is the world trade rule-setting organization. It was created after the World War II trade agreement between countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom to encourage economic ties and maintain...
A Look at Trump’s First 2 Years as US President
Donald Trump is now in his third year as the 45th President of the United States, having taken office on Jan. 20, 2017 after his victory in the election over Democrat rival Hillary Clinton the...