Canadian military won’t block Chinese surveillance cameras banned by U.S.

    Hikvision surveillance cameras outside the Hikvision headquarters in Hangzhou, in east China's Zhejiang province. STR/AFP via Getty Images

    Canada’s military will not block the use of Chinese surveillance cameras, after the U.S. banned them over concerns Beijing could use them to identify government workers and steal sensitive information. And the military does not know whether any cameras made by Chinese firms are already being used in Canadian military buildings or installations. 

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