About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

7 Replies to “U.S. intelligence officials say Chinese government is collecting Americans’ DNA”

    • It works if your VPN is tuned to the US. I might put it somewhere else where it doesn’t matter, but not today. For the moment, adjust your VPN to a US server.

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=py7ew8zeIVE

    This is an interesting first-hand perspective from a reasonable-sounding Chinese-speaking American in China. I don’t think most Westerners realize how many people really believe that the US is Nazi Germany hell-bent on destroying the world and casting it into darkness, from stealing the Indians’ land and committing genocide against them to attacking the good people of Vietnam and North Korea for no reason at all… Pure evil from top to bottom…

    The superior top-dog West has been getting on “Eastern” peoples’ nerves for hundreds of years. It’s not new…

  2. – We need a major world turnaround in matters of anything China-related. It must become China needs the World and not the World needs China. Ban everything from China.

    BGI, currently known as the BGI Group, formerly known as the Beijing Genomics Institute, is a Chinese genome sequencing company, headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China.[2][3]

    It was formed in 1999 to participate in the Human Genome Project as a genetics research center.[4] It also sequences genomes of other animals, plants and microorganisms.[5]

    BGI Group announced at the AGBT conference in February 2020 that it will make genome sequencing cheaper, breaking the $100 barrier for the first time.[6] The Shenzhen company says the low cost will be possible with an “extreme” DNA sequencing system it plans to offer that is capable of decoding the genomes of 100,000 people a year.

    The company has morphed from a research institute that decoded the DNA of pandas and rice plants into a company active in animal cloning, health testing, and contract research.


  3. also a report on the 60 Minutes report

    https://www.hipaajournal.com/233000-patients-notified-about-phi-breach-at-genetic-testing-lab/ Ambry data breach last year

    Chinese invests in competitor

    The PRC can hack the company it wants to fail.

    I feel as though Ambry treats its data with less security than a bank does.

    • If you have ever had any blood test over the last 20 years then they probably have your DNA already. Most pathology labs are owned by corporations often international ones who will use any and all means to make a profit and if that includes selling unused sample remnants then so be it. Did you think that they actually threw it all out?

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