The Washington Times
‘Lenovo computers … have been shown by the Department of Homeland Security to contain software, dating back to 2010, that permits remote hacking attacks,’ [U.S. Rep. Bob] Goodlatte said.
Bill Gertz , June 6, 2018
Social media giant Facebook is under fire for sharing data with four Chinese electronics companies that critics say pose security and privacy risks for Americans’ data.
The most worrisome data-sharing took place between Facebook and Huawei Technologies, the telecommunications giant that U.S. officials have linked to both the Chinese military and intelligence services.
Facebook also shared data with Lenovo, a Chinese computer company that was the subject of an intelligence warning from the Pentagon’s Joint Staff two years ago. In October 2016, the Joint Staff issued a classified report that warned against using any equipment made by Lenovo over concerns about cyberspying.