The authorities of USA He warned that it should be used big cranes by the Government of * China as “tools” case“at ports all over the country, some of which are used by the US Army itself.
Pentagon sources in statements to “The Wall Street Journal” indicated that the cranes have urban sensors that “can record the origin and destination of cargo containers as well as their transportation.”
In this sense they declared that they could use cranes “The Trojan Horse”; manufactured by the Chinese ZPMC company. So Beijing is able to collect information about this type of transaction, which includes sent materials come to the US forces.
Bill Evanin, a former senior US Counterintelligence official, pointed out that this could also facilitate access to remote applicants “cuts the case in the transportation of goods and merchandise.” “This could become the new Huawei. It is a perfect combination between a legitimate business that can mask acts of intelligence,” he stated in relation to the case tech giant
The Chinese Embassy in the United States described it as “.paranoid“and it is emphasized that “he tried undermining economic and trade cooperation with China.” “Playing the China card and talking about the Chinese threat is irresponsible and detrimental to the interests of the United States,” the diplomatic mission said in a statement.
For years US authorities have warned about its existence products in China who could make it easier to analyze or research tasks and questions. The Asian giant controls almost all of the world’s container shipping and data services.
A few weeks ago, both countries engaged in diplomatic discussions after the detection and downing of several balloons of Chinese origin in the US skies. Early in February, the Pentagon discovered a Chinese explorer balloon which had been flying in the airspace of * USA. Military officials discovered the device in Montana, the state that is home to many nuclear weapon silos, and tensions between Washington and Beijing flew. Shortly after, China claimed that they were civilian artifacts.