Apple, Amazon Refute Bloomberg Report on Chinese Spy Chips
Apple and Amazon are fighting back against claims that Chinese spy chips have infiltrated their server hardware, Bloomberg is reporting that these tech giants may have been hacked by the Chinese military. Kiet Do reports. (10-4-18)

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