UK Bans Chinese Surveillance Gear From Sensitive State Premises
The UK government will no longer deploy surveillance equipment made by Chinese companies at sites it considers sensitive, minister Oliver Dowden said in a statement Thursday.
“Since security considerations are always paramount around these sites, we are taking action now to prevent any security risks materialising,” Dowden said. The government’s decision was based on a review of current and future possible security risks arising from the installation of visual surveillance systems on the government estate.
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