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Apple and Amazon explicitly deny claims that servers were compromised by Chinese chips

[2018-10-04 15:54:32]

Both Apple and Amazon are vehemently denying claims that their servers were compromised by Chinese spies following an explosive report from Bloomberg on Thursday. The report claims that spies were able to infiltrate some of the country’s biggest tech companies by inserting microchips the size of “a grain of rice” into Chinese-manufactured servers, part of the tech giants’ infrastructure. The report alleges that the companies discovered the chips on their own and notified US authorities, but both Apple and Amazon are refuting that any of the claims cited in the story are actually founded in reality. The responses are heavily detailed, denying the Bloomberg report point-by-point. It’s something these companies rarely, if ever, do. Most...

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