February 29, 2024

Chinese surveillance software in use across range of N. Korean facilities: photos

Industry leader Hikvision under scrutiny in U.S. for possible information-sharing with Beijing

Video surveillance software made by Chinese state-owned industry leader Hikvision appears to be in use across schools and workplaces in North Korea, NK News has found.

With CCTV systems installed at schools, factories, power stations, and shops being shown off more frequently in DPRK state media, a range of monitoring interfaces, including Hikvision software, has appeared.  

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