武汉学生茶qq群：Ministry of Foreign Affairs： Five Eyes Alliance requires technology companies to set up backdoors to fully expose their hypocrisy
Ministry of Foreign Affairs: “Five Eyes Alliance” requires technology companies to set up “backdoors” to fully expose their hypocrisy
Beijing, October 13th (Reporter Wang Bin) In response to reports that the “Five Eyes Alliance” publicly required technology companies to install “backdoors”,Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said on the 13th,The relevant practices of the “Five Eyes Alliance” are typical double standards.Fully exposed the hypocrisy of these countries.
At the regular press conference that day,A reporter asked: According to reports,The “Five Eyes Alliance” unites Japan and India,Require technology companies such as Signal and Telegram to install “backdoors” in encrypted applications,Provide access to law enforcement agencies,Monitor cybercrime.What is China’s comment?
Zhao Lijian said,For a long time,Without any evidence, the member states of the “Five Eyes Alliance”Unreasonably accuse Chinese companies of setting up “backdoors” in their products,Threaten supply chain security and personal privacy.”at the same time,The ‘Five Eyes Alliance’ has unscrupulously publicly asked companies to set up ‘backdoors’ in encrypted applications.Isn’t this a typical double standard?This fully exposed the hypocrisy of these countries,Also prove again,The relevant behavior is entirely politically motivated,Its real purpose is to suppress enterprises of other countries.”
Zhao Lijian pointed out,Special attention is neededThe “Five Eyes Alliance” is the world’s largest intelligence organization.”An intelligence organization is now fighting cybercrime as an excuse,Publicly require telecom companies to install ‘back doors’ in their products,Whether its real purpose is to fight crime or collect intelligence,This is a question they need to answer.”He said,Considering that in the “Five Eyes Alliance”, the United States has implemented large-scale, undifferentiated network surveillance on a global scale,The international community has reason to be vigilant about the true intentions of the “Five Eyes Alliance.”
Zhao Lijian said,China recently proposed the “Global Data Security Initiative”,Call on information companies not to install “backdoors” in products and services,For example, countries need to obtain data across borders due to law enforcement such as combating cyber crimes.It should be resolved through judicial assistance or other relevant multilateral and bilateral agreements.”China calls on all parties to support the Global Data Security Initiative,Jointly promote the formulation of global rules for data security,Maintain network security.”