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In late April, Massachusetts-based businessman Qin Shuren became the latest person to plead guilty in the Justice Department’s crackdown on the illegal export of strategic technologies.
Qin’s company, LinkOcean Technologies, falsified documentation to send a Chinese military-affiliated university some $100,000 worth of equipment, including hydrophones, sonobuoys, side-scan sonars, and even an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV). The case is just one part of a long trail of open-source evidence that illustrates a larger issue: U.S. technology being used to advance Chinese military ends.
From this list, we learn that U.S. export controls have not prevented the lab from acquiring high-end research equipment from various U.S. firms like Sun Microsystems, Agilent Technologies, Tektronix, and Applied Dynamics International. The equipment listed includes servers, precision instruments, advanced welding machines, specialized modems for acoustic communications, and, most notably of all, an entire AUV from the American company OceanServer.
Opinion: Explain the Chinese spy, Sen. Feinstein
Beijing has successfully recruited FBI agents and State Department employees as spies, and has used information from U.S. informants to kill more than a dozen CIA sources inside the regime. And now, we know China recruited a high-value Senate staffer who worked in immediate proximity to the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Feinstein owes the country a detailed explanation of how she let a Chinese spy into her inner sanctum. And the media should give this security breach the same attention they would if it involved Russia and the Republicans.
Colleges and Universities Fail to Report Billions in Foreign Donations
An Education Department investigation triggered schools to report $6.5 billion in previously undisclosed gifts from foreign countries.
By Lauren Camera Senior Education Writer • Feb. 13, 2020, at 11:10 a.m.
originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: 727Sky
Good lord, everyone is doing it!
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originally posted by: Scapegrace I have no idea how many are Chinese citizens or naturalized Americans; it would be interesting to know. It's simply insane how we eagerly educate the best and brightest of the most dangerous enemy we've ever faced.