FBI Urges Caution On Chinese Amazon/Apple Hack Reports

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FBI Director Christopher Wray had this to say about recent allegations that spy chips from China had been placed into servers owned by tech giants such as Apple and Amazon: “Be careful what you read.”

According to CNBC, Wray made the comments during a hearing in front of the Senate Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday (October 10) after being asked when the FBI found out about the chips.

“I would say to the newspaper article or, I mean, the magazine article, I would say be careful what you read,” Wray replied. “Especially in this context.”

He added that he couldn’t go into specifics because the agency won’t confirm or deny that an investigation is underway. “I


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