The U.S. Department of Homeland Security warned in a report released Monday (20) local time that Chinese-made UAVs may be sending sensitive flight data to Chinese manufacturers, which the government can access. The Homeland Security Network Security and Infrastructure Security Agency warned that UAVs "pose a potential risk to the organization's information". Although the report does not specify the specific manufacturer, according to an industry analysis, nearly 80% of the UAVs used in the United States and Canada come from Xinjiang, which is headquartered in Shenzhen, China. In recent years, local law enforcement agencies and infrastructure operators in the United States have become increasingly dependent on UAVs.1000.webp (5).jpg

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