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US transport systems progress could be delayed due to Chinese ‘spying rail car'

Posted On: Jan 14, 2019   |   Posted By: Travel and Tourworld

US transport systems progress could be delayed due to Chinese ‘spying rail car'

As per a Chinese railway expert the Chinese-made subway cars might spy on the US politicians and lead to delay in progress in US rail transportation.
Addressing concerns the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority said that it has robust controls to maintain the security of its system and that the subway cars made by a Chinese rolling stock producer can be used for espionage.
Earlier a newspaper did a story that raised concerns regarding subway cars made by State-owned China Railway Rolling Stock Corp might conduct a surveillance of the US officials when they ride the liens.
It can secretly record sensitive conversations and give scope for hackers.
Sun Zhang, a railway expert and professor at Shanghai Tongji University mentioned that the Hollywood spy thriller-like allegations are groundless and arise from a growing momentum by the US to check China's leading industries. Railway industry to telecom equipment are all being tapped.
After less than a month the report of the completion of...

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