A US Air Force Reaper drone. (AP Photo/Lt. Col. Leslie Pratt, US Air Force)
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The Chinese company that is the world's biggest maker of commercial drones is denying claims in a U.S. government document circulated online that it gives Beijing information about American law enforcement and utility companies.DJI Ltd. denied suggestions in the document, posted on technology news websites, that it shared information about U.S. utility companies and other "critical infrastructure" with the Chinese government. The U.S. document, citing an unidentified source in the unmanned aerial systems industry, says data from DJI drones are transmitted to computers in China to which the government might have access.The DJI statement said the company submitted a rebuttal of the report to the ICE.The U.S. military suspended use of DJI drones in August due to concern their data might not be secure.
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