DJI Denies Sending UAV Data To China Written 25 June 2019

25 June 2019
CNET News reports that Chinese UAV manufacturer DJI “told a Senate subcommittee Monday...that it doesn’t collect or share any drone data, including flight logs, photos or videos, without the consent of its users.” The company has faced criticism “in response to what it called ‘incorrect claims’ that were made during a hearing last week.” DJI indicated that “its security measures include not monetizing or selling any customer data, a professional pilot app that can disconnect from all internet connectivity for sensitive flights, embedding password and data encryption in its products, only...uploading US drone data to US cloud servers when users do choose to share it, running a bug bounty program globally and hiring independent security experts.” (Image: DJI Phantom 4. Credit: Associated Press-©)
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