Chinese government uses ‘Hive’ for espionage purposes

HAVEN, R.I. — China’s Ministry of Science and Technology has developed an advanced spy system that can secretly gather sensitive data and analyze it for use in military and political propaganda, according to a report from the Washington Post.

The HAVen, or Hive, is an encrypted data-gathering system that allows for data to be transmitted across international networks, said the report by a former Chinese intelligence officer, Zhao Zuwei, in a recent interview with the Post.

“The system can be used for surveillance and infiltration of networks,” Zhao said.

The Chinese military has been using Hive since the 1990s.

The military has deployed it in an attempt to gather intelligence about the U.S. military and its allies, the Post reported.

The United States and its partners have accused China of violating international laws, but the government has denied the charges.

The United States has also launched an investigation into whether the HAVens capabilities are used in U.N. reports that say China is cracking down on dissidents, but Chinese officials have denied the allegations.

This year, the United States formally accused China in a new report of violating the U of N’s “right to privacy.”

The U.K. and the U,N.

human rights chief also accused China and China’s spy agency, China Central Television, of spying on their leaders and governments.

The U ofN.

and China have denied all allegations, and both have rejected the accusations.

The report says the HHAV system can only be used by the Chinese military and other agencies and only if they have been approved by the ministry.

“The HHAVs capabilities allow the government to gather information about a person, group, or organization’s behavior or actions without their knowledge or consent,” the report said.

“HHAVs are not for use by the public or private sector, or to aid foreign intelligence services, nor to aid the detection or attribution of crimes, and they are not meant to assist law enforcement agencies to combat terrorism or criminal activities.”

In February, the U .

S.

Congress approved legislation to allow the UAVs to be used domestically.

The bill also requires the Defense Department to certify that HAVes are safe and that it is not possible for UAV systems to be hacked.

However, it is unclear whether the legislation would actually be used in the future, because the HAWAVE program has not yet been fully rolled out in the U S. Chinese Defense Minister Wang Yi said in a televised speech in November that the country is working on a new generation of weapons.

Zhao said the H HAV can be useful for the Chinese army and government to monitor the activities of a target.

The technology can be implemented in an army base and can be turned on remotely and used to track a person or group from afar, Zhao said, according the Post report.