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- A Zoom engineer was accused of censorship. The DOJ alleged in a complaint that Xinjiang Jin, Zoom’s primary liaison with Chinese law enforcement, terminated calls held by users commemorating Beijing’s 1989 crackdown on student protesters in Tiananmen Square.
- Security experts are freaking out about the SolarWinds attack. They say the most alarming aspect is that officials are nowhere close to gauging the hack’s full scope, who else may have been compromised, and what the attackers could have obtained.
- Apple put a supplier on notice. The firm won’t give Wistron new business after workers at a plant in India caused rioted over…