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Dec 17, 2021

US bans investing in 8 Chinese companies, including DJI, for "surveillance and tracking" of Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in China.
Aside from drone maker DJI, the other companies are image-recognition firm Megvii, facial recognition company CloudWalk, AI company Yitu, supercomputer manufacturer Dawning, cyber security specialist Xiamen Meiya Pico, and cloud computing companies NetPosa and Leon. DJI's drones will remain for sale in the US. DJI is accused of providing surveillance drones to authorities that operate mass detention camps in Xinjiang, where more than one million Uyghurs are being held in "re-education centers" that human rights groups say are akin to concentration camps. Link

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