The American television and radio network "CBS" revealed on January 31 that China has stolen personal data from 80% of US adults. In particular, the former director of the US National Center for Counterintelligence and Security, Bill Evanina, said in a report that China aims to collect and exploit American DNA, as well as other health-related information.
In more detail, Evanina described how the Chinese company BGI Group had approached six different states with offers to build and operate testing laboratories for him COVID-19. In addition, the company promised to "make additional donations" to the states.
The former security official warned states not to accept the company's proposal, as it is suspicious, while it could turn out to be harmful or dangerous. Evanina pointed out the following: "We have provided advice not only to every American, but also to hospitals, clubs and clinics. Knowing that BGI is a Chinese company, do we understand where this data is going? "It is estimated that the personal data of 80% of US adults have been stolen from China."
The report describes in detail its purpose China to acquire and control human biological data, and even to determine the future of healthcare. It is noteworthy that China has stated that it aspires to dominate its industry science and technology.
Edward You, his former biochemist and later special agent FBI, stated that China has the so-called "Made in China 2025" and expresses its desire to become the sovereign leader.
In addition, You said that America could soon become dependent on China, not only for personal protective equipment but also for masks facial, but for much more. The agent also asked the following question: "What will happen if we realize that all our future drugs, our future vaccines"Do future healthcare depend entirely on a foreign source?"
Commenting on the report, Dirk Schrader, New Net Technologies global representative, said: "Recent research in its field cyber security on the state of health data protection, shows that there is no real need for any foreign government to use advanced hacking methods to gain access to US citizens' personal health information (PHI). For example, radiology data from approximately six million U.S. citizens were discovered unprotected at the end of 2019, but there has been no significant improvement in this one year later. In addition, the largest provider that had left its radiological records exposed to Internet without any protection, owned by a Chinese investor. "