Canada approves Huawei extradition process, sparking ire from China

China has demanded the release of Meng Wanzhou, the companys chief financial officer, who is in Vancouver under house arrest Canada has approved extradition proceedings against the chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies, prompting a furious reaction from China. Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huaweis founder, was detained in Vancouver last December and is under house arrest. In late January, the US justice department charged Meng and Huawei with conspiring to violate US sanctions on Iran. Meng will appear in a Vancouver court on 6 March, when a date will be set for her extradition hearing. Today, department of Justice Canada officials issued an authority to proceed, formally commencing an extradition process in the case of Ms Meng Wanzhou, the …

Living In China I See The Most Ridiculous Things, Like These People Who Have No Idea What Theyre Wearing (30 New Pics)

As China’s economy and influence around the world continue to grow, we in Western countries will gradually acquaint ourselves better with the language, culture and way of life of this vast and ancient civilization. #3 Alex Greenberg moved to the massive metropolis of Shanghai some years ago and fell in love with it. #5 Living in such a different and interesting place means that he is never short of material, and he finds himself confronted with all kinds of surprises every single day. #7 “Shanghai has a great skate scene which is what drove me to move here in the first place.” #9 “I started the account in November 2016. I made the account because I had just gotten a …

Lenovo Watch X was riddled with security bugs, researcher says

Lenovo’s Watch X was widely panned as “absolutely terrible.” As it turns out, so was its security. The low-end $50 smartwatch was one of Lenovo’s cheapest smartwatches. Available only for the China market, anyone who wants one has to buy one directly from the mainland. Lucky for Erez Yalon, head of security research at Checkmarx, an application security testing company, he was given one from a friend. But it didn’t take him long to find several vulnerabilities that allowed him to change user’s passwords, hijack accounts and spoof phone calls. Because the smartwatch wasn’t using any encryption to send data from the app to the server, Yalon said he was able to see his registered email address and password sent in …