Tik Tok, which Trump planned to ban from the U.S., will be bought by Microsoft (WSJ, Aug.1). Concern is about the collection of data on U.S.users by the Communist Party. What about Zoom?
Will Zoom be next on Trump’s hit list? Zoom employs over 700 employees in R&D centers across China and routes all its streams through Chinese servers. Can the Chinese Communist Party look at anything that anyone posts on Zoom from anywhere? Recently, Zoom hired a former top official for Trump to manage concerns about privacy.
Zoom states that it offers end-to-end encryption (ETEE) for both paid and free users. That should mean that the Chinese Communist Party can’t see user’s data. Zoom has put considerable effort into improving privacy for all users. Free users will provide a phone number to ensure that they are who they are.
Aptos Psychologist: It’s time to de-couple the USA from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The ‘globalization’ efforts of the Clinton and Obama years reaching out to China resulted in the loss of about 1/3 of USA manufacturing jobs. China got richer and America became poorer due to globalization. And now the USA is too dependent on China — run by the Chinese Communist Party — for things we should manufacture for ourselves. Like drugs.
The USA economy was booming until the Covid-19 pandemic struck. In early 2000, the Chinese Communist Party exported Covid-19, a deadly virus manufactured in a Chinese research lab, to the world. In California, Gov. Newsom, a Democrat govenor, recently bought half a million masks from China as he continues to keep California’s economy shut-down. First China wrecks havoc on the world’s economy and then it makes a profit selling masks to California.
It’s time for Trump and Congress to say enough is enough. Bring jobs back to America.
Say this message to Nike, Apple and also to Zoom. Apple recently complied with the Chinese Communist Party by taking down thousands of foreign made video games. There’s reports that Nike’s shoes are made with slave labor.
written by DrCameronJackson@gmail.com 8/1/2000