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Posted in: Twitter expressed interest in buying TikTok's U.S. operations: sources See in context

Twitter has recently hired a china woman on its board of directors. Formerly a Google A.I. "expert".

So, OF COURSE, they'd be interested in buying the ccp's spy machine tik tok.

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Posted in: Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai arrested under security law See in context

His life is a rags to riches story. He arrived in Hong Kong aged 12 fleeing communist China. Lai toiled in sweatshops, taught himself English and eventually founded the hugely successful Giordano clothing empire

RESPECT.

Beijing's deadly 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy students in Tiananmen Square turned him political and he became one of the few tycoons in Hong Kong willing to criticize China

EVEN MORE RESPECT.

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Posted in: Japanese gov't kept activist investor in limbo over key Toshiba vote, sources say See in context

Singapore-based Effissimo

Singapore is a tax haven for many overseas companies.

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Posted in: Japan to send help as Mauritius races to contain massive fuel oil spill See in context

Wakashio left China on July 14 and was on its way to Brazil.

Hackers can target a ship's navigation systems, y'know. Just saying.

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Posted in: Abe no longer appears to be indispensable, the only one who can keep Japan safe. Instead, he has appeared indecisive, several steps behind events, and unable to communicate directly with the public. See in context

Well said, ZENJI !

A pandemic of this proportion ( Thanks, bat-eating china!) is very difficult for ANY leader to lead through.

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Posted in: Huawei to stop smartphone chip production due to U.S. sanctions See in context

With Trump, it is ALL about what is good for him, not what is good for the country, the world, or humanity

And you think with china, it's all about what is good for the country, the world, or humanity?

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Posted in: Huawei to stop smartphone chip production due to U.S. sanctions See in context

There is ONE reason for the US "decoupling" with China. That is because the US can no longer compete. And don't say, well, Huawei was stealing US tech. Huawei has more than 5,000 US patents. Are they patenting stolen US tech? If so, the US is really stupid

Not as stupid as china. The world would rather see a strong US than a dictator china which murders thousands of Urgur Muslims, Tibetan monks, Christians and Fulongong members.

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Posted in: Windows, Gates and a firewall: Microsoft's delicate castle in China See in context

True but two wrongs don’t make a right.

When it comes to standing up to & punishing the communist double standards, it's ALWAYS right.

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Posted in: Self-driving amphibious vehicle to go on trial in eastern Japan See in context

The technology could have been better utilized.

For instance, self-driving amphibious vehicles that could travel through flood waters and carry vital survival goods to people stranded in their homes.

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Posted in: Nippon Steel appeals South Korea court ruling on asset seizure See in context

I wonder how much CCP money landed in the laps of the S.Koreans?

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Posted in: China warns Japan a TikTok ban would affect relations See in context

Guy Who Reverse-Engineered TikTok Reveals The Scary Things He Learned, Advises People To Stay Away From It:

https://www.boredpanda.com/tik-tok-reverse-engineered-data-information-collecting/?utm_source=qwant&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=organic

TikTok Reverse Engineered: What Was Discovered Will Make You Delete It ASAP

https://hothardware.com/news/tiktok-reverse-engineered-beware-privacy

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*Some variants of the app had GPS pinging enabled at the time, roughly once every 30 seconds - this is enabled by default if you ever location-tag a post IIRC*

*They set up a local proxy server on your device for "transcoding media", but that can be abused very easily as it has zero authentication**

Still think the ccp communist DICTATORSHIP isn't monitoring the millions of young American "influencers" for political manipulation and to monitor government employees as well as how much money you have in your bank ?

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Posted in: China warns Japan a TikTok ban would affect relations See in context

Tik Tok: Our app is completely independent of the chinese government!

Chinese government: If you ban the app we'll make you regret it!

Tik Tok: See? Totally independent! No connection at all!

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Posted in: Japan short of rescue plans for regional banks hit by pandemic See in context

Osaka saw 147 companies go under in June, exceeding Tokyo as the hardest hit centre in Japan

The solution for such companies is to quickly pivot to making medical equipment such as sanitizers, gloves, masks, etc. Sell them by the millions to countries that would rather buy "Made In Japan" medical equipment than that of cheap imitations ( and possibly sabotaged) equipment from certain communist countries.

The Japanese government can help by not charging tax for these companies for a certain period ( say 2-5 years?).

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Posted in: Job offers for university graduates in 2021 drop 15.1% due to pandemic See in context

This is not just Japan-specific. All over the world, new graduates are affected the same way.

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Posted in: University of Washington forecasts 300,000 U.S. COVID-19 deaths by Dec 1 See in context

Thanks a lot, CHINA

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Posted in: TikTok lovers rage against Trump threat of U.S. ban See in context

I also agree the only reason Trump even cares is because it was used to embarrass him at his Tulsa rally

If someone deliberately uses a tool to embarrass you, why wouldn't you want to take away his/her means of embarrassing you?

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Posted in: U.S. 'cloud' supremacy has Europe worried about data See in context

We have an enormous security and sovereignty issue with clouds" said the official at the meeting, which AFP attended on the condition of respecting the anonymity of participant.

Yet European companies have no problems selling out to china companies with the CCP's backing.

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Posted in: Nippon Steel to appeal S Korea ruling allowing seizure of assets See in context

It'll never end. Even if Japan apologizes, S.K and the CCP will always look for ways to extort Japan for more money.

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Posted in: TikTok lovers rage against Trump threat of U.S. ban See in context

Guy Who Reverse-Engineered TikTok Reveals The Scary Things He Learned, Advises People To Stay Away From It:

https://www.boredpanda.com/tik-tok-reverse-engineered-data-information-collecting/?utm_source=qwant&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=organic

TikTok Reverse Engineered: What Was Discovered Will Make You Delete It ASAP

https://hothardware.com/news/tiktok-reverse-engineered-beware-privacy

Quote:

*Some variants of the app had GPS pinging enabled at the time, roughly once every 30 seconds - this is enabled by default if you ever location-tag a post IIRC*

*They set up a local proxy server on your device for "transcoding media", but **t***hat can be abused very easily as it has zero authentication**

Still think the ccp communist DICTATORSHIP isn't monitoring the millions of young American "influencers" for political manipulation?

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Posted in: 1995 Hachioji supermarket triple murder case remains unsolved after 25 years See in context

Liang filed an appeal that was rejected and he was extradited to Japan in 2013 where he was jailed for passport fraud. But he has refused to talk about the supermarket murders.

Perhaps this china creep can be "encouraged" by stronger interrogation methods to confess? The same methods that the ccp uses to force confessions?

3 women were killed. They need justice.

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Posted in: Boeing and MHI to upgrade Japan’s F-15J fleet See in context

Whatever upgrades they do to the F-15Js, they better upgrade their cyber-security first. You can bet the ccp's cyber parasites will try to leech off as much as they can from Japanese & Boeing's computer networks.

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Posted in: Q&A: What would a U.S. ban on Chinese-owned app TikTok mean? See in context

It could make many companies wary of the U.S. government’s capricious decisions

It could make many companies wary of the U.S. government’s PATRIOTIC decisions.

There, I fixed it for you.

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Posted in: Amazon closer to launching satellites, upping internet reach See in context

Amazon said it will spend $10 billion on the initiative

Imagine the number of hospitals, medicine, ambulances and PPE that money would buy.

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Posted in: Food trucks serving up free hot meals to front-line medical workers See in context

Bless their hearts.

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Posted in: Fuji TV says cyberbullying of 'Terrace House' star unforeseen See in context

after a scene in a late March episode in which she lost her temper triggered cyberbullying against her

Wait, so SHE engaged in actual verbal and psychological abuse on others on the show............on LIVE tv, and when folks retaliated...she becomes the victim?

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Posted in: Japanese lawmakers seek tougher regulations on Chinese-made apps See in context

alluding to video-sharing app TikTok, a wildly popular Chinese-owned app among youths in Japan and elsewhere

The way to wean Japanese youths away from these communist china spy apps is for JAPANESE app developers to come up with their own apps that are as equally enticing or more so.

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Posted in: Japanese lawmakers seek tougher regulations on Chinese-made apps See in context

I think America spying through apps and social media more worthy of their attention

People would rather trust American spying that china spying.

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Posted in: Scientists revive microbes from 100 million years ago See in context

Scientists revive microbes from 100 million years ago

Why can't these scientists do something useful like finding a cure for the coronavirus rather than bringing back dead microbes?

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Posted in: New 'comfort woman' statue in South Korea stokes anger in Japan See in context

So the standard Korean tactic of distracting the masses from the problems at home by directing the attention towards Japan.

S. Korea has had an increasing number of Wuhan-China virus cases, after all.

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Posted in: Gold hurtles to record peaks as dollar loses value See in context

83 Tons Of Fake Gold Bars Gold Market Rocked By Massive China Counterfeiting

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/83-tons-fake-gold-bars-gold-market-rocked-massive-china-counterfeiting-scandal

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