Debate around Chinese super micro spying chips grows into storm

Debate around Chinese super micro spying chips grows into storm

One week ago Bloomberg revealed that tiny chips were found in motherboards used by American companies such as Apple and Amazon that are allegedly used by the Chinese government to spy on them.

In response to a growing critical opposition that claimed the story to be inaccurately researched, Bloomberg has published a new story outlining evidence to prove their first report. Strong denial comes from Apple and Yossi Appleboum, CEO of security specialists Sepio Systems.

Read the full breadth of people involved in the debate here.

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