China orders replacement of all foreign hardware and software

Tom Allen
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Government offices and public institutions will need to replace as many as 30 million devices

The Chinese government - in a move apparently aimed at the USA - has issued a directive ordering all government offices and public institutions to remove foreign computer hard- and software within ...

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