Government commits to removing Chinese surveillance cameras from sensitive sites

John Leonard
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Government commits to removing Chinese surveillance cameras from sensitive sites

Cameras by Hikvision and Dahua are already banned in the US

A Cabinet Office statement released on Tuesday describes proposed amendments to the Procurement Bill, which is currently proceeding through Parliament. It outlines several measures designed to "...

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