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Zoom employee accused of disrupting Tiananmen massacre commemorations

Zoom employee accused of disrupting Tiananmen massacre commemorations

A US court on Friday charged a China-based ex-employee of Zoom with disturbing meetings held to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. Xinjiang Jin, also known as ’Julien Jin,’ allegedly worked with the Chinese government to target dissidents. Jin isn’t in US custody. If convicted, he could face a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

Kathy
Kathy
Kubi
Kubi 0 months

Welcome to the future. Where everyone speaks Chinese and you have no civil rights. Long live God emperor Xi and his assembly.

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 0 months

Think about "Biden's Laptop" being banned by the MSM, Google, Facebook and Twitter prior to the election and then the question is whether we are already close to the level of information suppression that the Chinese are?

IIzard
IIzard 0 months

Prick

Jon
Jon 0 months

What a slimeball.

Frederic
Frederic 0 months

This is so disgusting. I am amazed that the Chinese government is not ashamed to pull something so immoral.

Tim Baker
Tim Baker 0 months

Another tech corporation snuggling up to China. Pathetic what unabashed greed will do.

Freddie
Freddie 4 weeks

Is anything safe? And YOU NEVER KNOW WHO OWNS ANSMD RUNS THESE SITES YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO USE ⁉️⁉️ 🤬

Srinivas
Srinivas 0 months

Shows the true colours of Zoom and who is behind this company

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